After successfully building a small business in fine art photography, Caldecot Chubb moved from New York to Los Angeles in 1980. Since then, he has been a producer and a production executive at several companies and is currently running ChubbCo, a film and television production company in Hollywood.
Mr. Chubb has produced nine movies, most recently UnthinkableBelieve In Me, starring Jeffrey Donovan and Samantha Mathis,Dark Blue starring Kurt Russell and directed by Ron Shelton; Pootie Tang, with Chris Rock; Eve's Bayou, Kasi Lemmons' debut picture, with Samuel L. Jackson; Hoffa, starring Jack Nicholson and directed by and co-starring Danny DeVito; Charles Burnett's much acclaimed To Sleep with Anger; Waiting for the Light with Shirley MacLaine and Teri Garr; and Cherry 2000, starring Melanie Griffith. He was associate producer on the Taviani brothers' Good Morning, Babylon, and co-executive producer of The Crow, which Miramax released in 1994.
Mr. Chubb is an executive producer of Michael Almereyda's Tonight At Noon, starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Lauren Ambrose, Connie Nielsen and Rutger Hauer. Also in 2005 he produced William Eggleston's 'Stranded In Canton,' a documentary created from videotapes made in 1973 by the noted American photographer William Eggleston, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Recently he began to manage writers and directors.
In television he was executive producer of four films: Banshee (Oxygen Network, airing in 2006) Everyday People (HBO Films, 2004), Don't Look Back for HBO in 1996, and Avalanche for Fox in 1994; and was an executive producer of the four-hour mini-series Attila for Studios USA and the USA Network, which aired 2001.
Mr. Chubb is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, in the Producer Branch. He is married with two teen-age daughters.