The Impact of Heather Parry


A television and film producer, Heather Parry has built an impressive career in the world of entertainment. Currently Parry serves as the president of her own company Live Nation. During her two and a half decades in the business she has worked with some of the most successful brands around. She has also been involved in a number of very successful films.

Heather Parry’s career began in the early 1990’s when she began working for MTV. Parry’s position was the West Coast Bureau Chief for MTV News. She quickly got involved with films. While working for MTV she helped to co-produce “Get Rich or Die Tryin’” and “The Longest Yard” for MTV Films. After more than a decade of work with MTV she followed her friend Adam Sandler to Happy Madison Productions. While working with Sandler she helped to co-produce some critically acclaimed films which include The House Bunny, “Just Go with It” and “That’s My Boy.” All of these experience helped to pave the way for Parry to work with her own company Live Nation. Live Nation has been involved with a number of great music related films [ll1] which include Diddy’s ” Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story” and Lady Gaga’s “Gaga: Five Foot Two.”

In 2018 Parry became involved with one of the biggest movies of the year. Parry was heard of the film “A Star is Born,” with her friend Bradley Cooper. Parry was convinced that her company Live Nation could be a huge asset for this film. Live Nation owns more than one-hundred music festivals. Parry believed these connections could help the film in a major way. She eventually reached out to both Cooper and director Bill Gerber. Her pitch must have been convincing because Parry and Live Nation soon were collaborating on the film. This collaboration produced one of the most successful films of 2018.

Find out more about Heather Parry: https://twitter.com/heatherparry?lang=en


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