Phyllis Carlyle Obituary – Death, Has Passed Away: ‘Seven’ & ‘Accidental Tourist’ Producer Who Also Worked As Manager, Casting Director Phyllis Carlyle Is Dead, Cause of Death, R.I.P

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Phyllis Carlyle, a casting director and manager who worked with such big names as Willem Dafoe, Jude Law and Geena Davis who later produced the hit films Seven and The Accidental Tourist, has died. She was 80.

She died September 14 of lymphoma in Encino, CA, according to her family and the Neptune Society.

Born on August 22, 1942, in Cleveland, Carlyle attended the American Academy for the Dramatic Arts before landing a job at a Chicago talent agency. A friend who had moved to Los Angeles get Carlyle a job as a commercial casting director, and she ran with it. “I probably became the top commercials casting director,” Carlyle said in a recent interview with Luke Ford.

“Naivete can be a great quality because you think everything is possible,” she told Ford. “While if I had listened to the advice I was receiving, I would’ve done nothing. Everybody cautions you against everything. I didn’t know any better. I decided to start a management business. From my work as a casting director, I saw a lot of young talent. And I started picking people out of that pool to discuss management. I figured that I would build their careers. They would become stars. And I would learn the film business.”

Along with Dafoe, Law and Davis, those “future stars” included Pierce Brosnan, Salma Hayek, Joseph Fiennes, Andy Garcia, Melanie Griffith, Ewan MacGregor, Jon Stewart, Lou Diamond Phillips, David Caruso, and John Malkovich.

It was Malkovich who helped Carlyle launch her producing career in the mid-1980s. A hot property around town at the time, Malkovich was offered a production deal at Warner Bros. She said the actor didn’t want to do that but asked if Carlyle did. Her answer was yes.

“So we put together a two-year deal at Warner Bros,” she told Ford. “I think John showed up twice in two years. That was the beginning of my relationship to a studio.”

Carlyle went on executive produce Lawrence Kasdan’s The Accidental Tourist (1988), starring William Hurt, Kathleen Turner and Davis. It became a Best Picture Oscar nominee but lost to Rain Man. Davis did win for Supporting Actress.

Some years later, a client of Carlyle’s was sent the script for Seven — a project she said the studios were turning down. She would work hard to get the film made, first at Columbia Pictures, then at Paramount but ultimately decided that “studio life was not for me.”

Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt in ‘Seven,’ 1995
She hired David Fincher to direct Seven, the creepy thriller starred Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman, Gwyneth Paltrow and Kevin Spacey. Released in 1995 via New Line Cinema, it would spend four weeks atop the domestic box office en route to $227 million — a Top 10 finish for the year.

Carlyle’s exec producing credits also include features Maze (2000) and Pathology (2008) and the1999 telefilm Mean Streak.

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  • Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live. – Norman Cousins

  • Endings are not always bad. Most times they’re just beginnings in disguise. – Kim Harrison

  • It is said that your life flashes before your eyes just before you die. That is true, it’s called life. – Terry Pratchett

  • To the well-organized mind, death is but the next great adventure. – J.K. Rowling

  • I regret not death. I am going to meet my friends in another world. – Ludovico Ariosto

  • It is not death that a man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live. – Marcus Aurelius

  • Our dead are never dead to us, until we have forgotten them. – George Eliot

  • Losing your life is not the worst thing that can happen. The worst thing is to lose your reason for living. – Jo Nesbo

  • If you live each day as it was your last, someday you’ll most certainly be right. – Steve Jobs

  • They say you die twice. One time when you stop breathing and a second time, a bit later on, when somebody says your name for the last time. – Banksy

  • Death is a challenge. It tells us not to waste time. It tells us to tell each other right now that we love each other. – Leo Buscaglia

  • Goodbyes are only for those who love with their eyes. Because for those who love with heart and soul there is no such thing as separation. – Rumi

  • You needn’t die happy when your time comes, but you must die satisfied, for you have lived your life from the beginning to the end. – Stephen King

  • Do not seek death. But do not fear it either. There cannot be life without death, it is inescapable. – Keisei Tagami

  • It matters not how a man dies, but how he lives. The act of dying is not of importance, it lasts so short a time. – Samuel Johnson


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