Heather Parry is a strategic investor, a famous TV and film producer and an innovative force in the entertainment industry. She is from Macungie, Pennsylvania, United States. She was born on 1971 and completed her education at Emmaus High School in Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of Colorado State University at Fort Collins, Colorado. In 1993, she ignited her career by taking up a job in the West Coast News Division at MTV Networks. In just three years, she got promoted to West Coast Bureau Chief. A born multi-tasker, she produced amazing content with the world’s most demanded musicians and artists such as Justin Timberlake, Pearl Jam, and Tupac for the iconic show “The Week in Rock.” She produced countless specials such as the forever memorable live channel “24 Hours with Courtney Love,” the MTV Movie Awards pre-show, the notable MTV’s Movie House, etc.

During her time at MTV Films, she received the very first " Twilight" manuscript as an early adopter of the franchise. She also produced the acclaimed “Get Rich or Die Trying” album with 50 Cent which was directed by Oscar nominated and talented Jim Sheridan. She also did the remake of “The Longest Yard,” starring Adam Sandler. The film grossed around $60 million in the opening weekend itself. She later started working for Happy Madison Productions as Head of Department of Film Production in Culver City, California. Determined to develop more complex roles for women in Hollywood, Heather’s first film at Happy Madison was a female-driven comedy “House Bunny,” starring Anna Farris. She cast rookies Emma Stone, Katherine McPhee, and Rumer Willis, and launched an instant box office hit that debuted to #1 on opening day.

In 2009, Heather was a lead on the SPOT animal rescue charity initiative. She also cares and devotes her time for environmental causes, animal welfare, and human rights. Her natural instinct to empower females in leading roles landed the beautiful Jennifer Aniston and Nicole Kidman in “ Just Go With It,” along with model-turned-actress Brooklyn Decker. She also produced “That’s My Boy,” with four former SNL stars. In 2015, she produced Netflix’s “ The Ridiculous 6” and the animated action film “ Pixels,” which grossed $243.6 million worldwide which was a record-breaking success. She has a good knowledge of consumer behavior and has been pivotal in launching record-breaking movie marketing campaigns.

Heather was also the strategic advisor and a valuable investor for companies like Leesa Sleep, Thrive Market, Represent, Pop & Suki and BeautyCon. She has also been a part of Producers Council at Producers Guild of America. In December 2015, she became the President of Production, Film, and Television at Live Nation Productions. In February 2017, she was all set to release the film on HBO, named as “Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis (Our Friends)” which is one of the directorial ventures by Colin Hanks. It portrays the emotional impact of the 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris on the band. She also contributes to Women In Film,a non-profit organization.

Harvey Weinstein English Actor

Harvey Weinstein

Harvey Weinstein is a popular and respected American film producer from Flushing, New York; U.S. He is well-known as the King of Oscars. He was born on March 19, 1952, to a Jewish family. He completed his education with his younger brother, Bob in John Bowne High School. Around 1967, he graduated from University at Buffalo in New York. During those days, Harvey and Bob produced rock concerts for the love of music they shared. Later the Weinstein duo had grown up with a sheer passion for films which fostered a desire to enter into the film industry. In the 1970s, they initiated a small-scale independent film distribution company called as Miramax with the help of the profits gained from their rock concert business. This company was named after their beloved parents, Miriam and Max Weinstein. They started off with a musically oriented pitch and did concert films like Paul McCartney's Rock show which gained popularity. In 1980’s the company got rights for two more British films aimed for Amnesty International, an HR organization. More films were produced later and Martin Lewis, the famous producer also worked with them. In 1982, with close interactions with Martin, the Weinstein brothers managed to release a film called "The Secret Policeman's Other Ball". This movie was the company’s debut hit film and also increased credits for the HR organization in the United States. Ever since then, there was no looking back; Harvey slowly built his commercial success. He did arthouse films in the 1980s and released a documentary "The Thin Blue Line". It was a turning point where he got critical attention and a huge amount of publicity. The company eventually became one of the most successful and well-known independent studios in the United States. He also reached at the Cannes Film Festival by then. Few of his films included "Sex, Lies, and Videotape", "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down", etc. He continued to grow and expand Miramax by doing so many films. He gained success to its best, so much so that he also cracked the ownership deal by Disney. With his deal agreement, Harvey opened the door to various opportunities. He did a library of films like "Playing for Keeps", "The Burning", "Pulp Fiction", "Light Years", etc. With the victory and success of his film, "The English Patient", he won his 1st Academy Award for Best Picture. And then he won several awards and recognitions for "Shakespeare in Love", "Nine", "The Lord of the Rings", "Good Will Hunting", etc. He is also a recipient of numerous special jury awards and prizes. In March 2005, Harvey announced that he would leave Miramax and form his own production company. Therefore, The Weinstein Company was established along with the board of directors and media executives. In 2007, married the talented fashion designer and English actress Georgina Chapman. They were blessed with two kids by 2013. His daughter’s name is India Pearl, and the son’s name is Dashiell. Today, he is one of the most-thanked personalities in award-winning speeches by top celebrities in the Hollywood industry.


Hunter Gray

Hunter Gray is a Hollywood film producer of great repute. Hunter has tasted success more than anything and is a very determined person who made him reach the pinnacle of fame in Hollywood. Hunter is the co-partner of the film production house, Verisimilitude. Alex Orlovsky and Tyler Brodie are also the collaborators of this company. Hunter is also the joint founder of Artist Public Domain, a platform to teach filmmaking to budding filmmakers. Hunter is in this business of producing movies since 2000 and has achieved name and fame through his work. Hunter started his career by working as an executive producer of the documentary, The Ballad of Ramblin’ Jack (2000). He then went ahead to become an executive producer of the movies like You See Me Laughin’ (2002), 'Maria Full of Grace' (2004), and 'Requiem for a Dream' (2000). Hunter’s first film as a producer under the banner of the production company, Verisimilitude, was Half Nelson (2006). Half Nelson narrated the story of a history teacher who used to smoke. This film was well-received by the viewers and critics. Hunter then went ahead to serve as a movie producer of films like 'Momma Man', 'The Windmill Movie', 'The Forgiveness of Blood', 'Terry' and much more. In the year 2011, Hunter worked as a producer of the movie, Another Planet. This movie was produced under the banner of Artist Public Domain and was a recipient of several awards including 'Alfred P.Sloan' award. This film also got featured in the list of independent films of 2011. Hunter then produced films like Towheads; Jamie Marks is Dead and The Wolfpack. Towheads essayed the story of a mother who struggled to balance her personal and professional life. Towheads received good response from the viewers. Jamie Marks is Dead was a horror movie which revolved around the story of Jamie Marks and his dead body, recovered from a river. This film received nominations for a Grand Jury Prize at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Another flick, I Origins, produced by Gray was shown at 2014 Sundance Film Festival. I Origins narrate the tale of a scientist and his experiment related to the human eye. This film did good numbers at the box-office and had a rating of 7.3 on IMDb. The Wolfpack is another movie in which Hunter worked as a film producer, and this flick got screened at the Sundance Film Festival in 2015. It also received the US Grand Jury Award under the category of short films. Recently, he served as an executive producer of the film, Frank and Lola (2016). Hunter Gray is married to Megan Gray.

Hunter Gray English Actor