Jonathan Taplin

United States, 1947

Jonathan Taplin was the music and film producer of, among others, Bob Dylan, The Band, George Harrison and Martin Scorsese. After studying at Princeton, he moved to Los Angeles, where he produced films such as The Last Waltz, Under Fire and To Die For. Taplin was the founder of the first ‘Video On Demand’ company in the world, Intertainer. He is currently teaching at the Annenberg School for Communication of the University of Southern California, where he is director of the Annenberg Innovation Lab.