Reininger graduated from St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. He graduated from University of Chicago, studying Economics and English literature. His prose was published in college literary magazines.
Reininger was an International Investment Banker with Chemical – Chase Bank, (now JP Morgan Chase.) He was on a management team supervising offshore banks, in a partnership venture with the Earl of Suffolk, John Scott-Ellis, the 9th Baron Howard de Walden. Reininger supervised banks based in Guernsey, Channel Islands; Beirut, Lebanon; Nassau, Bahamas; and Monrovia, Liberia.
At night, Reininger re-wrote scripts at, for producer Howard Zucker. Among them, Francis Coppola’s 5th Coin, a script on Macau’s Formula One race,.
While working in Paris on a bank assignment Reininger co-produced a French Language thriller starring Dennis Hopper, Last In – First Out. The film also starred Bruno Cremer (Freidkin’s Sorcerer), Henri Serre (Jules et Jim) and Joseph Cotton (Citizen Kane.)
Reininger then migrated to working at Warner Brothers with partner Luis Sanjurjo. In addition to co-creating Crime Story, Reininger was a contributor to Michael Mann's Miami Vice and Robbery Homicide Division. Reininger has worked with directors Sydney Pollack, Penny Marshall, Paul Verhoeven and other notable filmmakers.
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