Nick Loeb is the co-producer and writer of the controversial “Roe v. Wade: The Movie”. The WaPo said in comments about the recently released rough draft of the trailer, “The film’s cast is a veritable who’s who of conservative Hollywood: Jon Voight stars as Chief Justice Warren Burger; Steve Guttenberg portrays Justice Lewis Powell; John Schneider is Justice Byron White; Jamie Kennedy plays abortion rights activist Larry Lader; and Stacey Dash takes on the role of Mildred Jefferson, the co-founder of the National Right to Life Committee. Loeb himself does double duty, directing and starring as Bernard Nathanson, a physician who was a co-founder of the National Abortion Rights Action League before becoming an activist in the antiabortion rights movement.”
The trailer, which was released at the March for Life will be shown at the Bringing America Back to Life Convention Friday night Gala Dinner
Nick Loeb began is career as a producer, director and actor at Universal Studios focused on M&A in corporate development and then in motion picture finance. He went on to work on his first feature film, Primary Colors directed by Mike Nichols and starring John Travolta. Mr. Loeb then began the International Production Company (IPC), producing The Smokers (2000) with executive producer Quincy Jones. IPC went on to partner with Barbara Streisand to produce the five episode award winning documentary, The Living Century (2001). Since then he has worked on several films over the last 20 years, with stars like Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton, Kathy Bates, Gerard Butler, Jon Voight, Tyson Beckford, Billy Zane and Sean Astin, among many others.