Jeffrey Jacob "J. J." Abrams, known as silver screen and small screen actor, director, producer. He is Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner, as well as an originator of ‘Bad Robot Products’. He was renowned as the best producer and co-creator of the television series “Felicity, Alias, Lost, and Fringe”, besides as the best director of the movies, ‘Mission Impossible III’ in 2006, and ‘Star Trek’ in 2009.
J.J. Abrams was born in New York on 27th June, 1966, and brought up in Los Angeles. His father was Gerald W. Abrams, a television producer, and mother was Carol, an executive producer. He joined in Sarah Lawrence College.
J.J. Abrams started his small screen career with ‘Felicity’, and drove for four seasons on ‘The WB network’. He also worked on ABC channel. He started a big television series ‘Fringe’ in 2008 which is still continuing.
Abraham started his silver screen career at the age of 16. He wrote lyrics for Don Dohler’s movie ‘Nightbeast’. He produced the first film ‘Taking Care of Business’. He directed as well as produced the film ‘Star Trek’ which was released in 2009.
J.J. Abrams was nominated and gained the Emmy Award for many times. He gained two Emmy Awards for an excellent performance of writing and directing of the television series ‘Lost’ in 2005. He also nominated and won the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series ‘Lost’ in 2007.
J.J. Abrams directed and produced the movie ‘Star Trek’ hit the box office.On Monday 11th, May 2009, the big fame, an American screenwriter, director, and producer, He said to the ‘original TV series’ in an interview, about his latest released picture ‘Star Trek’.
The ‘Paramount Pictures’ declared that ‘Star Trek’ hit the box office ballpark figures. J.J. Abrams’ “Star Trek” gained the top position than original estimations for first weekend.The Paramount Pictures released about $79.2 million for the movie ‘Star Trek’ for three-day period in 3,849 places. ‘Star Trek’ gained just about $3 million than original estimations, and gave thanks to fans for large attendance on Mother's Day. Formerly, they expected that the film ‘Star Trek’ will gain above $18.3 million on Sunday, finally gained $21 million.Rob Moore, Vice-Chairman of paramount Pictures, told, "The spike over our initial estimates on Mother's Day demonstrates that the combination of strong reviews and solid word-of-mouth contributed to better than anticipated attendance by families yesterday, confirming our belief that 'Star Trek' has a broad, multi-generational appeal."