Filmmaker was married to scribe Akiva Goldsman
Filmmaker Rebecca Spikings-Goldsman, who produced such films as “Mindhunters” and “Deep Blue Sea” died July 6 of a heart attack. She was 42.
Starting out as a associate producer on the indie “Pyrates,” Spikings worked at Irving Azoff’s Giant Pictures and then at Renny Harlin’s Midnight Sun Pictures for six years. Besides the Harlan-helmed “Mindhunters” and “Deep Blue Sea,” she was co-exec producer on his “Driven,” and “Cutthroat Island.”
Her other credits include HBO’s “Mistrial.”
Survivors include her husband, scribe-producer Akiva Goldsman.