DEVORAH MOOS-HANKIN (Co-Producer) joined Barry Kemps Bungalow 78 Productions in 1993 as senior vice president, feature production where she heads up Kemps feature film division.
Prior to joining Kemp, Moos-Hankin was vice president of production for Imagine Entertainment where she associate produced My Girl II and served as an executive on such films as My Girl, Kindergarten Cop, Far and Away, For Love or Money and Opportunity Knocks.
At Kemps Bunglow 78, Moos-Hankin worked with Kemp on the development and production of Romy and Michelles High School Reunion, starring Mira Sorvino and Lisa Kudrow.
Other projects in current development include Seeing Red, written by Barry Kemp and produced by Howard Baldwin for Universal Pictures, based on an American hockey teams purchase of the Russian Red Army Hockey Team, and Catch Me If You Can, written by Jeff Nathanson for DreamWorks about con-artist Frank Abagnale. In additon, the company is developing two novels, Florida Straits by Laurence Shames and Selling the Lite of Heaven by Suzanne Strempek Shea, as well as Moss Harts acclaimed autobiography Act One. Other projects include a comedy set in an upscale spa for United Artists being written by Robin Schiff, Winnie Holzman, Julia Sweeney and Wendy Goldman.
In 1996, Kemp and Bungalow 78 Productions entered an extensive television deal with Paramount Pictures.
Devorah lives in Beverly Hills with her husband, Sony Online Entertainment Business Affairs Vice President David Hankin, and their two sons, three year old Matthew and three month old Jacob. Devorah also chairs STOP CANCER: The Next Generation, an arm of STOP CANCER chaired by Sherry Lansing, which raises research seed grant money for UCLA and USCs Comprehensive Cancer Centers.