Friday, July 6, 2018

Producer & Filmmaker Rebecca Spikings-Goldsman 2010 Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Rebecca Spikings-Goldsman (September 21, 1967 – July 6, 2010), who was widely credited as Rebecca Spikings, was an American film producer and filmmaker. She produced or co-produced a number of films, including Deep Blue Sea in 1999 and 2004's Mindhunters.[1] Her television work included the 1996 HBO movie, Mistrial, starring Bill Pullman.[1]

Spikings began her film production career as an associate producer on the 1991 independent comedy, Pyrates, starring Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick.[1] She initially worked at Irving Azoff's production company Giant Pictures before leaving for Renny Harlin's Midnight Sun Pictures, where she worked for six years.[1]

Her producing credits at Midnight Sun Pictures included Deep Blue Sea and Mindhunters, both of which were directed by Renny Harlin.[1] Spikings-Goldsman was also the co-executive producer for Cutthroat Island in 1995 and Driven in 2001.[1]

Rebecca Spikings-Goldsman died of a heart attack on July 6, 2010, at the age of 42.[1] She was survived by her husband, producer and screenwriter Akiva Goldsman, who had also written Deep Blue Sea.[1] She is buried at Hollywood Forever Cemetery


1. "Producer Spikings-Goldsman dies of heart attack". Variety. 2010-07-07.

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