|Spouse(s)||Laurie Ann Perlman (divorced)|
|Children||2 (with Perlman)|
Rapke was born to a Jewish family and raised in Miami. He worked as a talent agent at William Morris Endeavor and then at the Creative Artists Agency. He was married to Laurie Ann Perlman, who was also Jewish; they had two children before divorcing. She remarried with Gerald M. Levin.
All films, he was producer unless otherwise noted.
|2000||What Lies Beneath|
|2004||The Polar Express||Executive producer|
|2005||The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio|
|2009||A Christmas Carol|
|2011||Mars Needs Moms|
|Real Steel||Executive producer|
|2018||Welcome to Marwen|
|1997||8 Heads in a Duffel Bag||The producers and director wish to thank|
|2011−13||The Borgias||Executive producer|
|2018||Elemental: Hydrogen vs. Hindenburg||Executive producer|
|Medal of Honor||Documentary|
|2019||Project Blue Book||Executive producer|
|TBA||Tooned Out||Executive producer|
- Levy, Emmanuel (December 8, 2000). "Cast Away". Variety. Retrieved February 27, 2010.
- "Jack Rapke". The New York Times.
- Levin, By Laurie Ann (October 1, 2009). God, the Universe, and Where I Fit In. HCI. p. 245. ISBN 9780757314407.
- Variety: "Levin heads for divorce" by Jill Goldsmith January 12, 2003
- The Observer: "Hot Flash! Trophy Wife Models Are Passé: Rudy to Jack Welch, Remarrying Geezers Get Middle-Aged Babes With Power Dowries" by By Alexandra Wolfe and Anna Jane Grossman June 2, 2003
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