Lawrence Bender is an American movie producer. Currently, he has worked in the industry of entertainment for over 20 years. He assisted and supervised the production of Hollywood movie reservoir dogs. This movie earned him great fame in the year 1992. Over the years, he has produced other film like goodwill hunting, Django, inglorious Bastards, safe, pulp fiction, the great raid, four rooms, the Mexican and the inconvenient truth among others. In the movie ‘the inconvenient truth’, Bender tried to educate the public on the awareness of climate change and global warming. This earned bender an Academy Award producing for creating an informative documentary. Bender was born in the year 1957, 17 October in Bronx, New York, USA. His parents were of Jewish faith. His father was a college professor while his mother was a kindergarten teacher.
Lawrence Bender got the opportunity to join Cherry Hill High School East. While still pursuing his secondary education, Bender was gained courage to follow his grandfather and be an engineer. After completing high school, he joined the University of Maine. In the year 1979, Lawrence Bender graduated from Maine University with a degree in civil engineering. His grandfather was so proud of him. Before pursuing his degree, Bender decided to undertake civil engineering because he had received some information that the field had more job opportunities.
While still in campus, Lawrence bender developed a passion in dancing. After graduating, he decided to dance. He danced for several years. He had joined an entertainment group that used to travel to different places in the USA performing for crowds and then got paid. However, after years of dancing, Lawrence bender incurred an injury that forced him to quit dancing. This is where he decided to pursue a different career. Lawrence Bender is now an environmental and a political activist. He is also the co-founder of the Detroit project. As an environmentalist, in the year 2003, he campaigned against the use of gas-guzzling SUV’s. He has also served on the advisory board of Harvard’s John. F. Kennedy School of Government. When free, Bender spends time with his family. During the summer, they go on vacations so that they can have fun and bond as a unit.