Paul Marc Maslansky is an American film producer and writer best known for the Police Academy movies.
His first production credit was for 1964`s Castle of the Living Dead, which starred Christopher Lee. Initially, Maslansky used his middle initial in his credits, though this was later dropped. Maslansky worked throughout the 1960s and 1970s as a producer, notable credits include Race with the Devil, Damnation Alley, The Villain, and Love Child.
Maslansky was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for the 1978 series King.
Maslansky had a breakthrough hit with Police Academy
in 1984. From a budget of $4.1 million, the film grossed $155 million and spawned a film franchise and television series Police Academy: The Series, which Maslansky wrote.