Frank Wilton Marshall is an American film producer and director. He first gained fame in 1981 when he, Steven Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy founded Amblin Entertainment. In 1991, Marshall and Kennedy would they founded their own company The Kennedy/Marshall company which has produced several acclaimed films such as Hook, Congo, Seabiscuit, and the Bourne franchise. Marshall made his director debut with the 1990 horror Arachniphobia.
For Disney, he directed the 2006 biographical drama Eight Below and produced 2016 remake of the The BFG. He also served as producer for Touchstone Pictures films Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Sixth Sense, Signs, and Miramax's the The Diving Bell and the Butterfly.