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BRETT DONOWHO (Producer) is a film industry veteran whose entrepreneurial spirit has successfully launched, managed and consulted companies across multiple industries. In the process he pursued various roles such as performer, artist agent, talent manager and film producer.

During his time as an agent and Chief Operations Officer for The Kaplan-Stahler-Gumer Agency, Donowho engaged in the day-to-day activity and placement of the company's A-List writers, directors and actors, working with the team responsible for shows such as "Frasier,” "Murphy Brown” and "Seinfeld.”

In 2006 Brett wrapped two productions including Code Black/Universal's "The Box” which he produced and co-starred with the likes of Gabrielle Union, Mia Maestro, Yul Vázquez, AJ Buckley, James Madio and Giancarlo Esposito. He produced the critically acclaimed short film "There's Something About Meryl” and was the Associate Producer of New Line's "Getting Played,” starring Vivica A. Fox and Bill Bellamy. Brett was the Executive Producer of Atom Film's internet series, "The Falsettos,” a parody of "The Sopranos.” Several additional projects are in development and slated for production, including "Safe Guys” as a co-production with Kudzu Pictures, "Blue Like Jazz” with Circle Media, "Collision Course” as director/producer for Suntaur Entertainment and "Southern Melody” as director/producer in the Fall of 2007.

He has served as consultant and/or partner in several companies, some of which include his self-initiated venture, the management company Insight Entertainment Group and his co-founding of Bri Leigh Records, a record label owned by Brian Littrell of the Backstreet Boys. Brett also had the honor of co-writing a technological business plan and launching, with a renowned UCLA physicist, his revolutionary company, Plasmatics and consulted for Visages, RPS which prevailed for a time as one of the most prestigious worldwide photographer and syndication agencies.

Most recently Donowho has opened a division of his company Quorum Entertainment, a conduit for new film productions and management of "a few select” clients, in Tokyo, Japan and will soon be announcing his partnership with one of Asia's largest media companies.

Aside from his entertainment ventures, Brett enjoys spending quality time with his wife of thirteen years and their three daughters.

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