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Rick Ungar

Film Producer from United States of America

Richard "Rick" Ungar (born in Youngstown, Ohio in 1950) is a contributor to Forbes.com and the Washington Monthly where he writes on American health care policy and politics. He additionally appears weekly as the liberal voice of the "Forbes on Fox" television show and as a political pundit on other television and radio programs. Ungar moved into the world of journalism after a long career as a creative writer and executive producer in television, particularly in the world animation industry. His first creation, Biker Mice From Mars, which began its first run in the United States and the United Kingdom in 1993, became one of the most successful animated television programs of its time, spinning off some 400 licensed products throughout the world. Ungar became president of Marvel Productions in 1992, where he served as co-executive producer on the original "X-Men" animated series for Fox Kids. While at Marvel Productions, Ungar served as executive producer, in partnership with Avi Arad and Stan Lee, on additional animated television programs including "Iron Man", "Fantastic Four" and "The Hulk". In 1995, Ungar became president of New World Entertainment Domestic Television. New  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Known as
Richard Ungar
Date of birth
1950-11-04
Place of birth
Youngstown
Nationality
United States of America
Spouse(s)
Catherine Cabrera
Children
Jennifer Cabrera Michael Cabrera
Profession
Film Producer, Screenwriter

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