Barbara Broccoli is the head of development for Danjaq and has also worked in the production and casting departments at Eon Productions for a number of years. Though “Goldeneye” marks her first film as a producer, Broccoli has previously worked in different capacities on earlier Bond films. She was an assistant director on “Octopussy” and “A View to a Kill” before moving on to Associate Producer responsibilities with Tom Pevsner on “The Living Daylights” and “Licence to Kill.”
Prior to starting her career, Broccoli earned her degree from Loyola University in Los Angeles, California, where she majored in motion picture and television communications.
GoldenEye marked her first film as a producer on the Bond films and she has gone on to co-produce Tomorrow Never Dies and The World Is Not Enough. She is currenty preparing for the next James Bond film.
Barbara owns her own independent production company, Astoria Productions. In her downtime from Bond, she has produced “Crime of the Century” for HBO, a fact based television drama that covered the Lindbergh baby kidnapping ordeal. It was nominated for four Golden Globes, including Best Film or MiniSeries made for Television.