Who is this attractive film-producing powerhouse holding so many credits to her name? Working with some of the largest names the pop and hip-hop genres(Curtis Jackson a.k.a. 50 Cent, Noah Cyrus, younger sister of Miley, and Sean “P Diddy” Combs to name a few) and producing smash films and documentaries for them. None other than Heather Parry.
Ms. Parry started working at MTV News at the ripe age of 22. She paid her dues and was showing strong signs of “boss” potential as she was made MTV’s West Coast Bureau Chief. She produced the popular tv series “The Week in Rock” and gave America the remake of the popular ’70s football comedy, “The Longest Yard”. Before diving into that project, she’d already completed a smash hit film with 50 Cent, who at the time was the hottest rapper in hip-hop, “Get Rich or Die Tryin'”, and this ambitious lady was not finished yet.
Ms. Parry had many magic moments before subtly launching her powerhouse production company in 2015, Live Nation. The birth of her company would later bring about the production of “Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story”, a documentary about rap mogul Sean Combs, CEO of Bad Boy Records. Also to her credit, she gets her hands on another giant in the industry, Lady Gaga, producing the documentary “Five Foot Two” which had audiences all over the nation in awe.
Is it a case of being in the right place at the right time that makes the magic for Heather Parry? Maybe so, but it’s also her creative drive and ambition that makes this successful female film producer stand out from her competition. P Diddy once mentioned, “Heather’s presence alone commands your full attention. She’s brilliant, driven, and hungry to do big things!”
Talk about magic, Ms. Parry recalls lighting a candle in her office and Noah Cyrus walked in to praise the aroma. Cyrus introduced herself another film was in the making.
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