Director and Producer, Brett Ratner, was born on March 28, 1969. He produced many large film sequences in the American art community, such as X-Men, Rush Hour Film series, Tower Heist. He began his career in production and output by producing some music videos in the 1990s.
He co-founded RatPac Entertainment, a film production, and production company, and later in 2013, he made a partnership with Dune Entertainment, which together produced 75 successful films. In 2017, Ratner got a star and placed in the famous Hollywood Corridor for the biggest stars in honor of them.
Brett Ratner is an American director born in Miami, Florida, and he is now fifty years old. Ratner is the son of Marsha Pratts and Ronald Ratner. He grew up under the roof of a middle-class Jewish family, and his grandfather was a well-known wealthy businessman in Miami. His mother, originally from the country of Cuba, emigrated with her parents in the 1960s to the United States, when his mother gave birth to him. She was 16 years old.
Ratner joined Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, an Israeli academic, and graduated in 1986 from a high school in Miami. At this time Ratner was able to watch Miami Vice film, graduating from New York University in 1990, and in 2010 at one of the meetings, Ratner pointed out that Martin Scorsese's 1980 film, Raging Bull, was a tribute to the world of directing and photography.
As we mentioned earlier, Ratner started directing in the 1990s where he began directing music videos. When he was at New York University, he was the director of the Big Man On Campus, and while he was at that university, he directed his first short film, Whatever Happened to Mason Reese. He also directed a video for Prime Minister Pete Nice before working with LL Cool J, Heavy D, and others.
He directed some of the videos to famous actors such as Madonna, Miley Cyrus. Ratner directed Money Talks in 1997, This comedy film, which has exceeded revenues of more than $25 million. He had another work in 2000 directing the dramatic drama The Family Man by actor Nicolas Cage. In 2001, Ratner returned to the second installment of Rush Hour, also released the third part of the same film in 2007 after X-Men: The Last Stand (2006).
Ratner oversaw the famous television series Prison Break between 2005 and 2009 as an executive producer. In 2011, Ratner released his famous work, Horrible Bosses, which speaks of some comedians who were accused of killing their manager, whose revenues exceeded $ 28 million in the first week of the show. Two of the most famous works that Ratner producing are Snow White, Mirror Mirror (2012).
Ratner officially made the speech of Rebecca Gayheart in 1990.
The American director's wealth is more than $75 million in his latest statistics.