Susan B Landau, Film and TV Producer and Manager, Dies at 65

Producer earned an Emmy nomination in 1987

Susan B. Landau, a film and TV producer and manager, has died at the age of 65.

Landau’s brother Paul confirmed that she passed away on May 31 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles following a brief illness.

A producer known for film and television, Landau also served as a manager for “Slumdog Millionaire” writer Simon Beaufoy, “Wayne’s World 2” director Stephen Surjik and “The Originals” co-executive producer Christopher Hollier, among others.

She earned an Emmy nomination in 1987 for the TV special “Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color: Young Harry Houdini,” and won an ACE award in 1983 for the TV movie “Tiger Town.” Her other credits include  1990’s “Mr. Destiny,” 1993’s “Cool Runnings” and 1999’s “An Ideal Husband.”

She is survived by her twin brother Paul, her older brothers, Arthur and Avraham, and nieces Kate, Meg, Meredith and Rebecca.