Andrew Troy

Producer and Director

Andrew Troy is an American film producer and founder of the Hollywood film production companies "Troy Entertainment" and "The Park Entertainment". Andrew began working in the film entertainment industry in 1998-99 when he parlayed his career as a musician, record producer, and studio owner. He was a founding partner at Revolver Recordings (Costa Mesa, Hollywood), and Icon Recording Group Studios (formerly the original Hanna Barbera Studios in Hollywood), the latter of which he sold to Departure Films in 2002 after completing the films "I Love Your Work", "Northfork", and the Beck segment of Wim Wenders documentary "Soul of a Man" produced by Martin Scorsese.

Since 2003, Andrew has owned and operated three film production and post-production facilities in Hollywood, West Hollywood, and Santa Monica, and has produced and supervised crucial areas of development, production, and post-production utilizing his facilities and staff on many high profile projects recognized for their high artistic merit and global box office success. In 2008, Andrew developed a 3-year business partnership with producer John Linson of The Linson Company, working closely with iconic producer Art Linson while producing "The Runaways", "Sons of Anarchy", "What Just Happened", and "Outlaw Country.

For two decades, Andrew's combined creative, technical, and business background has been pivotal to filmmakers, producers, and artists on hundreds of projects. He has financed and produced over 20 independent films and has supervised over 65 films, series, and documentaries for companies including Sony, Columbia Tri-Star, Newline Cinema, 20th Century Fox, Dream Works, HBO, Millennium, Nu Image, WWE Studios, Turner Broadcasting, Discovery, and the Natural Resources Defense Council. Notable projects include “The Fighter”, “XMen: Wolverine”, “The Runaways”, “The Devil and Daniel Johnson”, the NRDC’s “Acid Test: The Global Challenge of Ocean Acidification”, “Salinger: The J.D. Salinger story”, “Resident Evil: Extinction”, “Hairspray”, “The Last Mimzy”, “Bellflower”, “Sugar”, “Cry Now”, “Growing Up Smith”, “The Sopranos”, “Bones”, “Deadwood”, “The Comeback”, “The Bad Boys of Comedy”, “Bridezillas”, and the nature series “Wild Russia”.

In 2014, Andrew was appointed as the Executive in Charge of Production for Thunder Studios at its 150,000 square-foot production facility with 23 sound stages, overseeing all areas of production and post production and working closely with Thunder's film distribution, entertainment marketing, and digital media departments. In addition, Troy Entertainment established a production headquarters at Thunder, co-producing and supervising projects including “No Activity”, “A Fighting Season”, “Nine Eleven”, the Shaun White “Air-N-Style Show”, “Women of Wrestling”, and Katja Glieson's music video "Ride the Wave".

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

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