Ted Kroeber

Ted Kroeber is the producer of the feature film American Gun along with Forest Whitaker and his Spirit Dance Entertainment.
Mr. Kroeber is currently in development on several projects, including Four Sheets to the Wind, written and directed by NHK Award nominee Sterlin Harjo and The Listening Party written by Sean Blythe and to be directed by John Chuldenko.  Additionally, Mr. Kroeber was selected to participate in IFP/LA’s 2003 Producers Lab and is the Sundance Institute’s 2005 Mark Silverman Fellow.

A producer of six short films, Mr. Kroeber worked for Jerry Bruckheimer Films during the production of the films Enemy of the State and Armageddon and later at Marty Katz Productions and for Paramount Pictures at Cruise/Wagner Productions.  Additionally, he has worked on commercials, shorts, and features in a variety of roles including first assistant director, production manager, and line producer.

Mr. Kroeber is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University.  He volunteered for two years in the Inner City Teaching Corps, teaching eighth grade on Chicago's westside, and has been profiled in the Chicago Tribune and Vanity Fair.  He is a recipient of the Riordan Foundation's Andrew Bogel Award and the Fr. Robert Graham Award for Service and Leadership.  Mr. Kroeber is a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity and the Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Society and serves as a mentor in FIND’s Project: Involve.

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