Dan Curtis Net Worth

Dan Curtis was born on August 12, 1927 in  Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States, is Producer, Writer, Director. Dan Curtis was born on August 12, 1927 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA as Daniel Mayer Cherkoss. He was a producer and writer, known for Burnt Offerings (1976), Dark Shadows (1966) and War and Remembrance (1988). He was married to Norma Mae Klein. He died on March 27, 2006 in Brentwood, California, USA.
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Who is it? Producer, Writer, Director
Birth Day August 12, 1927
Birth Place  Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States
Age 93 YEARS OLD
Died On March 27, 2006(2006-03-27) (aged 78)\nBrentwood, California, U.S.
Birth Sign Virgo
Occupation Film director, television director, television producer
Spouse(s) Norma Mae Klein (m. 1952–2006) (her death)
Children 3

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1978

In 1978, Curtis made a departure from his usual macabre offerings, when he wrote, produced, and directed the sentimental NBC television film When Every Day Was the Fourth of July. Although fictionalized, the film was semi-autobiographical, based on his childhood growing up in Bridgeport, Connecticut in the 1930s. The film was originally intended to be a pilot for a potential series, but when the series was not picked up by the NBC network, Curtis produced and directed the 1980 television movie sequel The Long Days of Summer, this time airing on the ABC network.

1980

For the general audience, Curtis is also known as the Director and Producer of the two epic 1980s miniseries The Winds of War and War and Remembrance, based on two novels by Herman Wouk, which follow the lives of two American families through the whole World War II.

1983

His 1983 miniseries The Winds of War was nominated for four Emmy Awards.

1988

He also directed the War and Remembrance mini-series which was the continuation of The Winds of War. This mini-series was 30 hours in length and was split into two segments. Chapters I-VII aired in November 1988. The remaining five parts, Chapters VIII-XII, were billed as "The Final Chapter", and aired in May 1989. This series received 15 Emmy Award nominations and won for best miniseries, special effects and single-camera production editing. The miniseries was nominated for Emmy Awards for best actor (John Gielgud), Actress (Jane Seymour), supporting actor (Barry Bostwick) and supporting Actress (Polly Bergen). The New York Times profiled him while in post-production on War and Remembrance.

2006

Curtis died of a brain tumor in his home on March 27, 2006, twenty days after the death of his wife Norma. He was survived by two daughters.

2012

Curtis' rights to Dark Shadows remain with his estate, which signed a deal with Warner Bros. for a new Dark Shadows movie. The film stars Johnny Depp as Barnabas Collins and was released in May 2012.

2014

His series of macabre films include House of Dark Shadows, Night of Dark Shadows, The Night Stalker (for many years holding the record ratings of the most-watched TV movie—and inspired the series Kolchak: The Night Stalker), Intruders, The Night Strangler, Burnt Offerings, Trilogy of Terror, The Norliss Tapes (a 1973 pilot for an unproduced series starring Roy Thinnes), Curse of the Black Widow, Dead of Night, Scream of the Wolf and others. He worked frequently with sci-fi/horror Writer Richard Matheson. Curtis was Producer and/or Director of a number of television adaptations of horror-related productions including The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1968), Dracula (1973), Frankenstein (1973), The Picture of Dorian Gray (1973), and The Turn of the Screw (1974).