The Life Of Lawrence Bender

Kill Bill: Volume 1 is an American martial arts movie that made its way to the box office in 2003. The movie was directed by Quentin Tarantino and produced by Lawrence Bender. The movie stars    who works to seek revenge on a group of assassins. The assassins try to kill her unborn child, which in return, takes her to Japan where she fights the Tokyo Yakuza. Volume 1 is the first movie to be released within the series. Volume 1 became Tarantino’s largest-grossing movie up to that point in his career allowing him to earn over $180 million.

Lawrence Bender is a popular film producer that was born on October 17, 1957. His career took off in 1992 after he produced Reservoir Dogs, a movie that took the box office by surprise. Since then, he has produced a large number of Quentin Tarantino’s films with a handful of exceptions.

Throughout the course of his career, he has earned 20 Academy Award Nominations. An Inconvenient Truth was a film he directed that helped to raise an alarming amount of awareness regarding changes in the climate, in which he won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Lawrence Bender was born in The Bronx, New York. He moved to New Jersey where he attended school. His father worked at a college as a professor who specialized in history. His mother was a kindergarten teacher who dedicated many years to teaching. He quickly decided that he wanted to pursue a career in civil engineering. He had a long family line of civil engineers and he was curious to find a good job within the field. He eventually graduated with his degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Maine in 1979. He eventually started his career as a film producer in the 1980s and found his passion for producing many high-end movies.

Lawrence Bender also serves as a prominent social activist with a political view while supporting many different causes. He is on the Advisory Board to the Dean at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government where he also serves on board of The Creative Coalition. He was also named the Wildlife Hero which was presented by the National Wildlife Federation.