Susan Downey is a successful producer who was climbing the Hollywood ladder in leaps and bounds before she met her husband, actor Robert Downey Jr. She has produced several blockbusters, including Guy Ritchie's 2009 version of "Sherlock Holmes" and the sci-fi/superhero flick "Iron Man 2." She began her film career at New Line Cinema, where she worked on the film franchise of the video-game adaptation "Mortal Kombat." She later joined famed Hollywood producer Joel Silver's Silver Pictures, overseeing the production of horror films "Thirteen Ghosts" and "Ghost Ship." In 2003, while working for Silver, she met her future husband on the set of the horror thriller "Gothika." The actor romanced the producer on set, but they kept their relationship under wraps until he proposed to her later that year. Since the couple wed, she has worked as a producer on most of his films throughout the 2000s including 2010's "Iron Man" sequel and the road comedy "Due Date."