Harvey Weinstein (born March 19, 1952) is an American film producer and former film studio executive. He co-founded Miramax, which produced movies including Pulp Fiction, Clerks, The Crying Game, and more. He also won an Academy Award for producing Shakespeare in Love. He has also won 7 Tony Awards for producing various plays and musicals. Harvey and his brother, Bob, were co-chairmen of The Weinstein Company from 2005 to 2017. Harvey was fired in October 2017, following allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault.
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Harvey is best known for being an American film producer as well as being accused of sexual harassment and sexual assault in Oct. 2017.
Harvey has been married twice. He first married his assistant, Eve Chilton, in 1987, but they divorced in 2004. They had three children together: Remy (born 1995), Emma (born 1998), and Ruth (born 2002). In 2007, Harvey married English fashion designer and actress Georgina Chapman. They have a daughter, India Pearl (born 2010) and a son, Dashiell (born 2013). But in October 2017, Georgina announced the two were separating, amid his sexual harassment scandal.