Scott Aversano, b. 1970, was educated at Brown University and The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His other film credits as producer include Team America: World Police, Changing Lanes, Orange County and Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. Team America: World Police Team America: World Police is a 2004 movie by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of the Comedy Central television program South Park. ...
Aversano realized their judgments were only moral "in the way the United States government says it's immoral to protest the war in Iraq because you're not supporting your troops.
Despite the fact that Aversano now runs a movie company and no longer has time to read Oscar Wilde and Thomas Pynchon, he still understands that his ability to write got him in the door in Hollywood and his ability to analyze story structure and properly communicate with writers got him where he is today.
Aversano now accepts his unexpected fate as a producer, living a life in search of other writers and crafting movies from their stories, and that's got to be better than waiting tables at even the best bistro in Los Angeles.
ScottAversano has signed a three-year, first-look producing deal with Paramount Pictures, the studio said Tuesday.
Aversano, who will be based on the Paramount lot, has worked for the past seven years for producer Scott Rudin, most recently as president of production at Scott Rudin Prods.
Paramount president Gail Berman lauded Aversano for "his incredible eye for material." "His breadth of experience and the choices he's made as a producer perfectly illustrate why we want him with us at Paramount," she said.
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