Andrew Troy

Producer and Director

Andrew Troy is the founder of Troy Entertainment, an American film producer, and expert in production and post production. His experience within the film entertainment industry began in 1997, when he parlayed his career as a musician into producing. He was the founding partner at Revolver Recordings and Icon Recording Group (formerly the original Hanna Barbara Studios), the latter of which he sold to Departure Films in 2001. Andrew then turned all of his attention to motion pictures, television, and commercial production where he opened Troy Entertainment in 2001 and produced and supervised crucial areas within production and post-production utilizing his facilities and staff on many high profile projects.

Troy’s combined creative and technical background has been pivotal in managing and growing his various companies within the entertainment industry and over the past two decades, he has worn many hats: Producer, Director, Post-Production Supervisor, Music Producer, VFX Supervisor,Technical Director, and Sound Mixing Engineer, in addition to President and CEO.

Career highlights include: a 2-year business partnership with producer John Linson of The Linson Company working closely with John and iconic producer Art Linson during "The Runaways", "Sons of Anarchy", "What Just Happened", and "Outlaw Country"; a 5-year collaboration with Armageddon and Savages writer Shane Salerno working as a producer and supervisor on the critically acclaimed documentary "Salinger" about reclusive writer J.D. Salinger; the Natural Resources Defense Counsel's climate documentary "Acid Test - A Global Challenge"; Jeff Feuerzeig's award winning film "The Devil and Daniel Johnson"; and a recently completed 3-year music collaboration with Silicon Valley and 30 Rock EP and writer Ron Weiner.

In addition, since 2005 Andrew has been working steadily as a commercial producer & director for brands including Electronic Arts, Adidas, Pink Berry, U.S. Health Works, Wells Fargo Bank, Creative Care, Southern California Edison, Izze Soda, and the Snoqualmie, Pauma, & Morongo Indian Casinos, among others.