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Howard Rosenman

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Howard Rosenman

"It is quite an honor to receive POWER UP’s 2010 "10 Amazing Gay Men In Show Biz Award" given the illustrious company with whom I'm sharing the award and the impeccable provenance of the Award itself."

 

One of Hollywood’s first openly gay producers, Howard Rosenman executive produced Common Threads: Tales from the Quilt, winner of both an Academy Award for Best Documentary and Peabody Award; The Celluloid Closet, nominated for an Oscar and won him his second Peabody; Paragraph 175, about gays in the Holocaust.

Howard’s career began working for Katherine Hepburn in the musical Coco, in 1968. He’s produced over 29 features, series, and TV movies: Father of the Bride, Family Man and Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Recently, Howard was seen playing founder of The Advocate, David Goodstein in Gus Van Sant’s Oscar-winning Milk.

Howard co-founded Project Angel Food, in 1989. He has served on the boards of the AIDS Research Alliance, Bet Tzedek Legal, DIFFA, Youth AIDS Services, and the Advisory Board of GLAAD.

Watch video of Howard from the event!

 

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