J. C. Spink died on April 18, 2017.
He was an American film producer.
He started the Benderspink with partner Chris Bender in November 1998 with American Pie in post-production and fourteen writer clients signed to their management company.
His film production arm has had a successful first-look deal with New Line Cinema for almost 15 years.
He has produced or exec-produced a wide variety of projects, including “Cats & Dogs,” “The Ring” franchise, “The Butterfly Effect,” “Kyle XY” (for television), “Leap Year” and “A History of Violence,” for which he and Bender received a Golden Globe Award nomination.
Before he died, Spink served as an executive producer on the worldwide blockbuster comedies “The Hangover” franchise, “We’re the Millers” and “Ride Along” with Ice Cube and Kevin Hart.
His most recent projects is Criminal, with Kevin Costner.
J. C. Spink passed away at 45 years old.