Peter Saraf

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Peter Saraf is an American film producer whose feature film credits include Adaptation (2002), Little Miss Sunshine (2006), Our Idiot Brother (2011) and The Kings of Summer (2013).[1] In 2004, he co-founded the film production company Big Beach with Marc Turtletaub; the two still run the company, and produce most of their films through it.

Saraf is the son of the late film producer and director, Irving Saraf.[1] Irving Saraf, who was born in Poland and raised in Israel, won an Academy Award for the documentary film, In the Shadow of the Stars, in 1991.[1]. He has a wife named Erika Greene and two children; his oldest child Oscar who is 16 years old, almost 17 and his youngest child Olive who is 13 years old, turning 14 in June.



  1. ^ a b c Barnes, Mike (December 30, 2012). "Oscar-Winning Producer Irving Saraf Dies at 80". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved January 15, 2013. 

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