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Declan Baldwin most recently produced Moisés Kaufman's The Laramie Project, the HBO Films feature which had its world premiere at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival; and line-produced Todd Solondz' Storytelling (also for Killer Films).
The native New Yorker began his career as a production assistant on area films, and soon was working as a unit manager on such features as Arthur Penn's Penn & Teller Get Killed. He later worked as location manager on Barbra Streisand's The Mirror Has Two Faces, Ang Lee's The Ice Storm, James L. Brooks' As Good as it Gets, and Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow, among other major films.
Baldwin segued into producing movies by way of two back-to-back features with George A. Romero: line-producing the 1990 remake of Night of the Living Dead (directed by Tom Savini) and then producing Romero's The Dark Half (which was based on Stephen King's best-selling novel). He subsequently co-produced Clare Peploe's Rough Magic, which starred Russell Crowe, Bridget Fonda, and Jim Broadbent.
He was the creative and marketing consultant for the newly formed Hudson River Stages production facility in Yonkers, NY.