MARC ROSKIN is a founding partner of Electric Entertainment. Since helping found Electric Entertainment in 2001 with Dean Devlin, he has been responsible for procuring, developing and producing motion pictures and television projects. He produced Electric’s $60 million dollar World War I aviation action-thriller Flyboys starring James Franco, Martin Henderson, and Jean Reno, released by MGM in September 2006, and served as producer on New Line’s 2004 release of Cellular, starring Kim Basinger and Jason Statham.
On the television front, Roskin executive produced the highest rated cable movie of 2004, TNT’s The Librarian, starring Noah Wyle. He then executive produced the six-hour mini-series event The Triangle for the Sci Fi Channel. In 2005, Roskin also executive produced the second Librarian movie, The Librarian: Return to King Solomon’s Mines, which aired on TNT in December 2006 to over 20 million viewers. In 2007, Roskin executive produced the one-hour series Leverage starring Timothy Hutton for TNT. Since the show’s second season, he also served as producing director and directed a number of episodes each season. Roskin also developed and executive produced Curse of the Judas Chalice, the third installment in The Librarian franchise; and executive produced Blank Slate, a micro-series for TNT.
Prior to Electric Entertainment, Marc Roskin was Senior Vice President of Centropolis Entertainment, the company headed by Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin. While there, Roskin was instrumental in the development and production of Godzilla, The Patriot, Eight Legged Freaks and The Thirteenth Floor.