Rodney LiberFeb 9, 1963, Los Angeles, California, USA
Rodney Liber is a Los Angeles-based producer of theatrical release feature films. Over his twenty-year career, he has been involved in the production of over forty motion pictures. His latest, The Back-up Plan, stars Jennifer Lopez and Alex O'Loughlin. Previously, Liber worked on two fantasy adventure films, Dragonball Evolution and The Vampire's Assistant. He has been a frequent collaborator with Paul Weitz, on both In Good Company and American Dreamz. He produced two breakout hits, Big Momma's House starring Martin Lawrence and the sexual thriller, Wild Things. While a vice president of production at 20th Century Fox, Liber supervised the production of classic comedies My Cousin Vinny and Hot Shots!. He also collaborated with Michael Mann on the Academy Award-winning movie, The Last of the Mohicans. Liber began his career working as a production assistant for fellow USC alum and Avatar producer Jon Landau (film producer). Liber retired from producing films in 2010 to pursue his interest in real estate development and spend more time with family and friends.