Producer of acclaimed films including Academy Award Winning "What Dreams May Come" starring Robin Williams and Cuba Gooding Jr., the classic "Somewhere In Time" starring Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour, and "All the Right Moves" starring Tom Cruise, Stephen Simon was born into a successful Hollywood family. He grew up during the big studio heyday of the late forties and fifties. His father, S. Sylvan Simon, was a sought-after producer/director who made films with the likes of Abbott and Costello and Red Skelton. Stephen earned a law degree but found himself drawn to the movie business. And he wanted to make meaningful, inspirational films. In 2003 he directed the indie phenomenon "Indigo" starring Neale Donald Walsch. Soon after he co-founded The Spiritual Cinema Circle. And in 2005 he fulfilled an important part of his dream when he directed and produced "Conversations with God" starring Neale Donald Walsch.