Dennis Brown

Current City: Hermosa Beach, CA

Dennis has supervised numerous Academy Award and Emmy Award winning projects. He has an extensive background in mounting hundreds of millions of dollars of diversified productions in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Western and Eastern Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the Caribbean…including several complex co-productions. Dennis was the Executive Producer on Who Do You Love, a theatrical motion picture produced in New Orleans. Dennis was Emmy and Producers Guild of American nominated for Ike: Countdown To D-Day for A & E Network and Sony Pictures Television. Dennis also produced the acclaimed Fatal Contact, a television movie for ABC. Dennis began his career as an NBC Page. He worked in production budgeting and estimating at Desilu Studios, Paramount Pictures, Metromedia Producers Corporation, Quinn Martin Productions and the illustrious American International Pictures. He joined EMI Films to become their vice president of worldwide production and was involved in such projects as Deerhunter and Convoy. In the aftermath of Heavens Gate, United Artist asked Dennis to join the company as a worldwide production executive. Subsequently he joined ITC Entertainment Group as the senior executive vice president of production and then, twenty-five years after starting as a Page at NBC, retuned as their executive vice president to lead up their in-house production operation. He then moved on to ABC Pictures where he was in charge of their long form television productions. Dennis then joined Sony Pictures Television heading up their worldwide production of television movies, where he ended his executive career and moved into freelance producing. Dennis is a graduate of Syracuse University and is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and the Directors Guild of America.

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Dennis is a graduate of Syracuse University and is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and the Directors Guild of America.

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