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.
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
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
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People who know Adam Milstein would most likely describe him as being a very noble individual who would stop at nothing to get the nations of the world to be at peace with one another. Indeed, as a native of Israel, Adam Milstein has been standing on the forefront of defense for his nation since the early age of 19 when he joined the Israeli Defense Forces and served in the Yom Kippur War in 1973. Yet, despite the victory that Israel claimed over Syria and Egypt in the war, Milstein knew that the Jewish population would continue to be targeted and therefore decided to seek an education so that he could apply himself to be of greater assistance to his community.
He made the decision to attend the Israel Institute of Technology whereby in 1978, he earned a degree in Industrial and Business Management upon completion of his studies. Moreover, after earning his first degree, Adam Milstein and his family moved to the United States in 1981 where he then continued on his educational journey. He enrolled to be a student at the University of Southern California where he then held the distinctive honor of graduating with his MBA in 1983. Being that Milstein took an extreme interest in business and had fulfilled earning degrees within the field, he knew that the pursuit of real-estate would be the most suitable career choice for him and therefore started off working as a sales agent. While working as a sales agent, Milstein seized every opportunity he could to learn as much as possible about the industry. As a result of his diligence, he worked his way up to the position of managing partner for Hager Pacific Properties (privately owned real-estate investment firm) whereby he held the responsibility of managing the company’s financial and disposition business details.
Following his occupational achievement, Adam Milstein sought to utilize his status of success to build other opportunities for the Jewish population. He co-founded several nonprofit organizations including the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation and the Israeli-American Council to educate the youth about their Jewish heritage, train for business and societal leadership, preserve relations between the U.S and Israel, and to help eradicate anti-Semitism. In addition to educational assistance, Milstein’s projects like that of the Donor Forum also provide financial assistance to organizations that dedicate themselves to the Pro-Israel cause.