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Jimmy Lifton

Jimmy Lifton

Date of Birth January 13, 1955
Age 67 years, 1 months, 0 days
Place of Birth Detroit
Profession Record Producer
Horoscope Capricorn

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Jimmy Lifton Biography

Jimmy Lifton is a famous Record Producer, who was born on January 13, 1955 in . James Ian Lifton (born January 13, 1955), also known as Jimmy Lifton, is an American musician and a producer. Lifton’s first major film production was the horror cult classic Mirror, Mirror (1990). Since then, he has produced 18 feature films, working with actors like Mark Ruffalo, Christina Ricci, Hulk Hogan, James Brolin, Traci Lords, and Bruce Campbell. Lifton co-founded a post-production company called Oracle Post in 1996. Oracle Post provides picture and sound needs for feature films and television, and has a client base that consists of companies like Fox, HBO, NBC, Universal, Disney, Nickelodeon, Paramount, Sony, Warner Brothers, and MTV. According to Astrologers, Jimmy Lifton's zodiac sign is Capricorn.

In 1990, Lifton released his first feature-length film, Mirror, Mirror, starring Karen Black, Yvonne De Carlo, and William Sanderson. The film was directed by Marina Sargenti. Lifton produced the film, composed the music, and worked on the mechanical effects. The 1994 sequel, Mirror, Mirror 2: Raven Dance, starring Mark Ruffalo, Sally Kellerman, and Roddy McDowall, was the first film Lifton directed and co-wrote.

Lifton enjoyed the process of making videos and started exploring the relatively new world of music videos. Lifton worked extensively with Bruce Nazarian; together, they produced many 12″ records that appeared on Orphan Records. Through his relationship with Bruce Nazarian, Lifton was hired in 1986 by Island Records to direct Millie Scott’s music video for her song “Automatic”. By involving himself with making music videos, Lifton became more and more interested in the art of filmmaking. By 1987, Lifton got his foot in the door of the film industry by working on the soundtrack of the feature film Kandyland.

Lifton’s Triad Studios released three films in 1995, starting with Final Equinox, which was written and directed by Serge Rodnunsky and starred Joe Lara and David Warner. Next came sci-fi thriller Phoenix, which Lifton co-wrote with Troy Cook. Troy directed the film, and Stephen Nichols, Brad Dourif, and Billy Drago starred in it. After the two films, Lifton closed down the studio and finished the year with the release of Mirror, Mirror 3: The Voyeur. The film was directed by Rachel Gordon and Virginia Perfili, and was written by Steve Tymon, Mark Ruffalo, Billy Drago, David Naughton. Monique Parent starred in the film.


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In 1996, Lifton produced another three features. The Secret Agent Club, was written by Rory Johnston and directed by John Murlowski. The film starred Hulk Hogan, Barry Bostwick, and Lesley-Anne Down. Blood Money, directed by John Shepphird, starred James Brolin, Billy Drago, Dean Tarrolly, and Traci Lords. Lifton ended the year with Assault on Dome 4, a made-for-TV movie starring Bruce Campbell, Joseph Culp, and Jocelyn Seagrave.

Jimmy Lifton Net Worth

Jimmy is one of the richest Record Producer & listed on most popular Record Producer. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Jimmy Lifton net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Jimmy Lifton Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$1.5 Million
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Source of IncomeRecord Producer
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Lifton was born in Detroit, Michigan. He got an early start to his creative career, and at a young age he was graced with an apprenticeship to the Master Organist for the Detroit Symphony. In 1972, Lifton started his first band, Merlin. Merlin’s most notable performances were at the People’s Ballroom, in Ann Arbor, where they opened for vocalist Mitch Ryder and The Knock Down Party Band, and Bob Seger. Lifton attend The Royal Conservatory of Music and earned a degree in piano. After graduation, Lifton moved to Boston to attend Berklee School of Music. Soon he decided he had learned all that he could and moved back to Michigan to pursue a career in the music industry.

In 1996, Lifton produced another three features. The Secret Agent Club, was written by Rory Johnston and directed by John Murlowski. The film starred Hulk Hogan, Barry Bostwick, and Lesley-Anne Down. Blood Money, directed by John Shepphird, starred James Brolin, Billy Drago, Dean Tarrolly, and Traci Lords. Lifton ended the year with Assault on Dome 4, a made-for-TV movie starring Bruce Campbell, Joseph Culp, and Jocelyn Seagrave.

He co-founded Oracle Post with Paulette Victor-Lifton in 1996. From 1996 until the late 2000s, Lifton contributed to many film and TV productions, most notably Blade: The Series, SpongeBob SquarePants, The Penguins of Madagascar, and Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness. Oracle post was used as the ADR facility for film productions Righteous Kill (2008), Saw V, and Superman Returns (2006), and TV shows Curb Your Enthusiasm (1999–2004), NCIS (2005–2006), Punk’d (2005–2006), and The X’s (2005–2006).

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Lifton started off his professional musical career at age 21, working as a studio session player for Detroit-based studios, most notably Don Davis’s famed Motown recording studio Groovesville Productions and Lorio Recording Studio. Lifton co-founded his own record label, Orphan Records, with Virginia Perfili in 1981, and released his first single, “I Want to Talk to You”, in 1982. Lifton released his first EP, Untitled, in 1984. The EP consisted of songs “I Wanna Talk to You”, “Of Mystics”, “Soldier”, “Silence”, “Harmony”, and “Time We Were on Our Way”.

In 1997, Lifton produced two feature films. Firestorm, co-directed by John Shepphird and Steve Jankowski, was written by Jimmy Lifton, Nick Spagnoli, and Paulette Victor-Lifton. John Savage, Bentley Mitchum, Sherrie Rose, and Joseph Culp starred in the film. The second film was a children’s comedy titled Little Cobras: Operation Dalmatian.

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Lifton won multiple Golden Reel Awards and was nominated for multiple Daytime Emmy Awards for his work on SpongeBob SquarePants. Lifton won a Daytime Emmy as well as multiple Golden Reel Awards for his work on The Penguins of Madagascar (2008). In 2012, Lifton won a Daytime Emmy Award for his work on Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (2011).

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In 2000, Lifton released his final film before taking a nearly 10-year hiatus from producing films to focus on growing Oracle Post. His final film before the break was the last of the Mirror, Mirror series of films titled Mirror, Mirror 4: Reflection. The film was directed by Paulette Victor-Lifton and was co-written by Annette Cascone, Gina Cascone, and Paulette Victor-Lifton.

By August 2009, Lifton’s plans were reduced to having him become a tenant instead of the property owner and lease a mere 100,000 square feet on the site to run the Lifton Institute for Media Skills. According to the SEC, none of these changes appeared in November 2009 documents provided by Allen Park’s mayoral staff aimed at Allen Park selling bonds. Two former civic leaders of Allen Park, Michigan, former Mayor Gary Burtka and former City Administrator Eric Waidelich, were levied with civil fraud charges by the SEC. The two — the first municipal officers ever hit with such charges — led a muni bond offering that gave investors incorrect information that misstated the city’s financial condition. The SEC announced the fraud charges as it settled the suit against former Mayor Gary Burtka and former City Administrator Eric Waidelich.

Unity Studios began as a public-private partnership, consisting of Lifton and a private real estate developer. The plan, announced in April 2009, called for Allen Park to use bond proceeds to buy land it would donate to the PPP. The private developer would then commit to begin construction on the 104-acre site, while Lifton managed the project and rounded up additional investors. The plan started unraveling the next month, however, when Allen Park faced a deficit in its fiscal budget for 2010. Lifton offered to cover the deficit — with the money being a “capital repayment”, but shortly thereafter, Lifton was informed that the city was unable to work within a PPP framework and the contract signed would be null and void. This effectively collapsed the PPP, as the city no longer met requirements for its membership.

Lifton founded Unity Studios and the Lifton Institute of Media Skills between 2009 and 2010 in an effort to train out-of-work skilled laborers in the Detroit area for the movie and TV industry. More than half of the Lifton Institute’s inaugural class, which began in October 2009, reported finding work on at least one film, TV or music video production within 90 days of their graduation. Unity Studios and The Lifton Institute closed its doors in 2010 when Gov. Rick Snyder was elected and put harsh restrictions on the Michigan film incentive project.

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