Alan Fine (executive)
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Alan Fine Executive

Alan Fine is an American chief executive.[1]

Early life and education

Fine attended the University of Rhode Island to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree.[2]


Fine later became the Senior Vice President of Marketing for Coleco Toys. At Caldor, The May Department Stores Company division, he was Vice President and the Seasonal Merchandise Division Manager. Fine later joined the management at Kay-Bee Toys as Senior Vice President and General Merchandise Manager, then was promoted to President and Chief Operating Officer.[2] In 1996, Fine became employed by Marvel Entertainment Group. Fine became the Toy Biz divisional Chief Executive Officer in 1998 under the newly merged Marvel Enterprises. Marvel Publishing Chief Executive Officer was added to his portfolio in 2004. For Marvel Characters, Inc., the licensing unit of Marvel, he was Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. In April 2009, Fine was promoted to Executive Vice President, Office of the Chief Executive, joining David Maisel, John Turitzin, and Isaac Perlmutter, Marvel CEO in overseeing all operations. Fine also chairs Marvel's Creative Committee.[3] Fine was later promoted to President, Marvel Entertainment.[1] Fine was later reported to have left Marvel following disputes with Kevin Feige.[4]


  1. ^ a b Blake, Meredith (February 26, 2014). "Netflix, Disney, Marvel to bring superheroes series to New York". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2014.
  2. ^ a b Moody, Annemarie (April 28, 2009). "Marvel Promotes Alan Fine to Exec VP". AWN News. Retrieved 2011.
  3. ^ "Marvel Promotes Alan Fine". ICV2. April 28, 2009. Retrieved 2011.
  4. ^ "Does Kevin Feige's Marvel Promotion Mean Ike Perlmutter's Endgame?". Variety. October 22, 2019. Retrieved 2019. One person who works at Disney traces Perlmutter's most recent loss of territory back to a period leading up to the 2015 Marvel Studios split when he began to side with executive Alan Fine, a longtime lieutenant of his, over Feige. Fine was a member of Perlmutter's "creative committee," which provided input on Marvel films and was considered responsible for several projects being delayed. [...] The creative committee was eventually disbanded, and Fine is no longer with Marvel.

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