Beau Flynn

As a producer (working mostly in movies), Beau Flynn certainly left his mark in the late 1990s/early 21st century, with steady work throughout this era. Making his debut as a producer with the 1996 drama "Johns," Flynn also worked on the disturbing 2000 cult classic, "Requiem for a Dream," and on one of Jake Gyllenhaal's first lead roles, the 2001 comedy "Bubble Boy." Flynn would also give television production a go around this time, with the short-lived series "Fear" (working on nine episodes from 2000 through 2002), before returning to motion pictures. Subsequently, Flynn has worked on such films as 2002's "Slap Her...She's French" and 2008's "Journey to the Center of the Earth," and earned an "executive producer" credit for 2002's "Till Human Voices Wake Us."