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Jack Gulick
Jack-gulick
Background information
Born 8 May 1958
Princeton, New Jersey, USA
Occupation Film Producer, Film Director, Video Producer, TV Producer
Years active 1980s-present
Associated acts Duran Duran
The Smashing Pumpkins
Producer / Director

Jack Gulick (born 8 May, 1958) is an American documentary film, music television, and event producer and director, whose work has included producing Duran Duran's Live from London DVD.

Biography[]

Born in Princeton, New Jersey, Gulick was fascinated by television and documentary film from childhood. At age 16, he convinced his mother to allow him to attend a program called Interactive Learning Program (INTERALP) in Kenya, East Africa. Traveling with a group of 20 students and teachers, Gulick studied archeology with Richard Leaky and reptiles with Jonathon Leaky (both sons of Lewis Leaky) and wild life with John Hopcraft (who later ran the World Wide Wild Life Fund and Lake Nakuru National Park).

While a teenager, Gulick worked as a performer at Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey to contribute towards his college education. It was there that he decided that combining the venues of live entertainment; film and television would be his guiding career aspiration.

In the mid 1980s he segued into the world of pop entertainment, acting as production stage manager at New York's renowned Palladium, created and managed by nightclub magnates Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell. After leaving the Palladium in 1987, Gulick pursued a freelance production career. As a freelance Producer and film consultant, he did stints with Propaganda Films, O Pictures, MGMM, Squeak Pictures, The End, Red Car and other production companies.

In June 2003, Gulick joined forces with Coming Home Media and produced numerous live concerts DVDs such as the Matchbox Twenty's Show, Boz Scaggs’ Greatest Hits Live and Dave Matthews Band Central Park Concert. Others include Duran Duran Live from London and Audioslave’s Live From Cuba.

A selection of credits[]

  • If All Goes Wrong - The Smashing Pumpkins (2008 producer)
  • Live from Chicago - Steve Miller Band (2008 producer)
  • Good Times, Bad Times - 10 Years of Godsmack - Godsmack (2007 producer)
  • Live from Sturgis - Nickelback (2007 producer)
  • Extreme Behavior - Live Acoustic - Hinder (2006 producer)
  • An Evening with Godsmack (2006 producer)
  • Live from London - Duran Duran (2005 producer)
  • Live in Cuba - Audioslave (2005 producer)
  • I Am Woman - Dan Finnerty & the Dan Band (2005 producer)
  • Live... in the Still of the Night - Whitesnake (2005 producer)
  • The Central Park Concert - Dave Matthews Band (2003 producer)
  • Dancemaker (1998 line producer)
  • Around the World - Mariah Carey (1998 producer)
  • Live - Shania Twain (1998 producer)
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