Howard Klausner (known also as Howie Klausner) was born in 1960. He is an American filmmaker, writer and producer, known for Space Cowboys (2000), The Grace Card (2010) and The Identical (2014).
Howard A. Klausner is a 20-year Hollywood veteran producer and screenwriter. Credits include the 2000 Warner Brothers hit, "Space Cowboys" starring Clint Eastwood and Tommy Lee Jones. A University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television graduate, Klausner worked under an overall deal at Warner Brothers for several years before branching out on solo projects such as the TBS documentary "Dirty Harry: The Original", the screenplay adaptation of the Andy Andrews bestseller "The Travelers Gift", and independent football feature (produced and directed) "Outlaw Dreams".
A Nashville native, he recently relocated with his family to his hometown, lured by the prospect of producing independent, music-based, and faith-based films. In 2009, he produced the personal profile interview segments featuring Taylor Swift, Martina McBride, Sugarland, and Darius Rucker for ABC’s 3 hour network coverage of the Country Music Association Festival, Country’s Night to Rock. Klausner follow it up with THE LAST RIDE (writer), a fictional tale inspired by the last days of singer Hank Williams’ life, starring Henry Thomas and Fred D. Thompson, slated for Fall 2010 release by Fox.
Klausner’s latest film, "The Grace Card" (writer-producer), starring Academy Award winner Louis Gossett Jr. is set with SONY-Affirm to open theatrically in February 2011. Klausner resides in Franklin, Tennessee with he wife and three young daughters.
Known For: Space Cowboys (2000) | The Grace Card (2010) | The Identical (2014) | Hoovey (2015)