RODNEY HENRY | EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

• The co-owner and founder of Protégé, highly successful mass market athletic footwear and lifestyle company that offers branded performance apparel, footwear and accessories distributed nationally by Kmart/Sears (3000 stores in the USA)

• Executive produced and director for the "Stars on Stars" series on Fox Sports Network, the talk show aired nationally highlighting meaningful discussions among celebrities in entertainment and sports (2007). The "Stars on Stars," TV series includes Kobe Bryant, Vijay Singh, Randy Moss, Mark Cuban, Kareem Abdul- Jabbar, Adam Sandler, Mark Cuban, Jim Brown, Spike Lee and Marshall Faulk.

• Created the start-up and operation of the "Starbury" brand, a footwear and apparel line sold at Steve and Barry's, featuring Stephon Marbury 2005-2007.

• Executive produced, directed and wrote the “Back in the Day” (2006): Disney and ESPN which featured interviews with Larry Bird, Terrell Davis, Magic Johnson, Vernon Davis, Chauncey Billups, Steve Francis, Donnie Walsh, Dick Vitale, Carson Palmer, as well as full featured biographies of Jermaine O’Neal, Al Harrington, Rudi Johnson and Antonio Gates.

• Involved in the professional athletic management field since 1993 for NBA All Star Kenny Anderson. 




 

RUSSELL GEYSER | EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

Mr. Geyser has been actively engaged in the financing of real estate and

investing since 1991.  Early in his career with the JH Snyder Company in Los Angeles, he began in the management of Museum Square (the current

headquarters for the Screen Actors Guild), and the development of Wilshire Courtyard, the 1,000,000 square foot development across the street, and the financing and purchase of the 701 unit iconic Marina City Club.  Thereafter he left to go on his own forming several joint ventures with Excel Realty Trust, and developing over 20 shopping centers across the United States.

 

In 1999, Mr. Geyser teamed with Excel to form Millennia Car Wash and as CEO purchased 70 car washes across the country and took it public in a full Nasdaq listing as MACE Car Washes (NASDAQ:MACE).  Thereafter he formed Gibraltar Holdings and Geyser Holdings to take advantage of the Tenant-In-Common syndication boom in the United States, ultimately syndicating more than $400,000,000 in commercial real estate between 2004 and 2007, and retaining interest and management of some $200,000,000 in current real estate holdings.

 

Mr. Geyser has continued to be active as an investor in real estate, apparel (Ballstreet, Protege, We Women), consumer goods (Oishi Box, Ginger Shots,Notorious Burgers) and media.  He is the co-creator and producer of Mountain Monsters, a top show coming into its third season on Destination America. He is also co-investor and producer with Clay Pecorin of Lost in the Sun, Stealing Cars, Urge and Redivider.
 

Mr. Geyser has been actively engaged in the financing of real estate and investing since 1991.  Early in his career with the JH Snyder Company in Los Angeles, he began in the management of Museum Square (the current headquarters for the Screen Actors Guild), and the development of Wilshire Courtyard, the 1,000,000 square foot development across the street, and the financing and purchase of the 701 unit iconic Marina City Club.  Thereafter he left to go on his own forming several joint ventures with Excel Realty Trust, and developing over 20 shopping centers across the United States.

 

In 1999, Mr. Geyser teamed with Excel to form Millennia Car Wash and as CEO purchased 70 car washes across the country and took it public in a full Nasdaq listing as MACE Car Washes (NASDAQ:MACE).  Thereafter he formed Gibraltar Holdings and Geyser Holdings to take advantage of the Tenant-In-Common syndication boom in the United States, ultimately syndicating more than $400,000,000 in commercial real estate between 2004 and 2007, and retaining interest and management of some $200,000,000 in current real estate holdings.

 

Mr. Geyser has continued to be active as an investor in real estate, apparel (Ballstreet, Protege, We Women), consumer goods (Oishi Box, Ginger Shots,Notorious Burgers) and media.  He is the co-creator and producer of Mountain Monsters, a top show coming into its third season on Destination America. He is also co-investor and producer with Clay Pecorin of Lost in the Sun, Stealing Cars, Urge and Redivider.

PHIL PAUL CALL | EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

Born and raised in New York City, Phil began his career in entertainment at the age of 13 on the Nickelodeon Television series "Livewire." A graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Phil most recently appeared as John Murray in the feature film "The Last Supper" starring comedian Eddie Griffin & Najarra Townsend.

Phil has served as Executive in Charge of Production, Show Runner, Executive Producer, Supervising Producing, Post Producer as well as just about just about every possible scenario in the production and development of Television content for some of the most prestigious production companies in Hollywood. 


Phil manages projects from concept to delivered product, ranging from Digital Scripted content to long format non-fiction network Television series. As a writer-director-producer Phil has delivered 40+ broadcast projects and counting for Discovery Networks, Showtime Networks, Spike TV, TV One, NBC/Universal, Science Channel, ESPN, FSN, Direct TV and more... 

Phil is the owner & operator of 4:44 Production + Development as well as serving as Executive in Charge of Production & Development here at Rodney Henry Productions. Phil is a proud husband and father of four and resides in Los Angeles. 

 

ANDRE BARNWELL | EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

 

A native of Philadelphia and a business graduate of Howard University, Andre’ has made his mark in the television world as a producer, director and production executive. 

 

Having spent 12 years at Black Entertainment Television where he held several executive positions including Budget Director, VP of Operations, VP of Development and VP of Comedy. In addition, Andre’ was executive producer on several shows (Comic View with DL Hughley & Cedric the Entertainer, Bet Live with John Salley), director and executive producer of his own sketch comedy show ( The Way We Do It with Rickey Smiley) before going independent in 2002.

Andre’ landed at the WB as supervising 
producer of Steve Harvey’s Big Time and then to a syndicated dance show for Paramount called Dance 360 staring Kel Mitchell and Fredro Star. Andre’s independent projects include a sitcom pilot called Jocks 2 for eight year veteran NFL player Nate Jones and reality show pilot with actress Mischa Barton. In addition, Andre’ teaches a web tv class to students at the Armory for the Arts in Pasadena, Ca.

TEDDY CANNON | EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

Teddy was born into a communications family. The son of a United States Consulate, Teddy understood early on the fine art of delivery. The worm ultimately turned for Teddy during the summer of ’86, while Teddy shadowed his father as he ran the revolutionary American Pavilion at The World’s Fair. It was there that he decided that entertainment was his calling.

Shortly thereafter Teddy moved to Los Angeles and began his career. Since then Teddy has proven his strength in supervising network record breakers for NBC, FOX, MTV, Tru TV, Discovery, etc. Teddy is currently supervising MTV’s highest rated program, Ridiculousness. The road to Ridiculousness was paved with Teddy supervising more than 1,000 hours of clip show content for shows such as Worlds Most Amazing Videos, Most Shocking, Most Daring, Disorderly Conduct, Against the Elements, Knockout Sportsworld, Whacked Out Sports and more... Teddy's principle role here at RHP is to develop and supervise clip content as a co-production for his production company Crux Entertainment. 

Teddy’s drive is to steer his passion atop the wave of the ever-changing art of media entertainment by actively following where the trends are flowing and producing cutting edge content that best fits those needs. At the same time Teddy, a proud husband and father of 3, has never forgotten the experiences of his early years. With his love of diversity he aims to connect people of all walks of life through the most powerful medium of our time... television.