Jonas McCord

Jonas McCord

producer, writer, director

Jonas McCord was born on Jun 13, 1952 in USA. Jonas McCord's big-screen debut came with Vietnam Requiem directed by Bill Couturié in 1982. Jonas McCord is known for Vietnam Requiem directed by Bill Couturié, Raymond Baker stars as Self and Charles A. Beckwith as Self. The most recent award Jonas McCord achieved is Western Heritage Awards. The upcoming new movie Jonas McCord plays is God the Father which will be released on Oct 31, 2014.

Jonas McCord has a distinguished career in New York and Hollywood where he has worked for over 30 years. He is a two-time Emmy winner, and recipient of The Peabody Award.Here are some examples of his wide array of experiences.-- He has served as Executive Producer/Writer/Director of multiple TV series and movies for television and estimates that he has supervised the production of over 100 hours of television, including Steven Spielberg's award-winning film "Class Of '61" starring Clive Owen, and "Women Of Valor" starring Susan Sarandon.-- As a feature film writer/director McCord has partnered with such talented peers as Robert Towne, Aaron Sorkin, Gene Roddenberry, Phillip Noyce, Nick Cassavetes and Steven Spielberg. From 2001 until the present, McCord has produced over five major feature films including, "Ask The Dust," which was co-produced with Tom Cruise, starring Colin Farrell and Salma Hayek. McCord's award-winning film, "The Body," starred Antonio Banderas.-- He also was instrumental in the story and producing the docudrama, "God, the Father" about the conversion of the mobster, Michael Franzese.

  • Birthday

    Jun 13, 1952
  • Place of Birth

    Washington, District of Columbia, USA

Known For


4 wins & 0 nominations

Western Heritage Awards
Fictional Television Drama
Winner - Bronze Wrangler
Fictional Television Drama
Winner - Bronze Wrangler
Fictional Television Drama
Winner - Bronze Wrangler
News & Documentary Emmy Awards
Best Documentary
Winner - Emmy

Movies & TV Shows