motion picture production, branding

The Lost Valentine - Co-Producer - Hallmark Hall of Fame, Paulist Productions. Based on the novel The Last Valentine by James Michael Pratt. Adaption by Ernest Thompson (On Golden Pond) and Jenny Wingfield (The Man in the Moon) Starring Jennifer Love Hewitt and Betty White. Directed by Darnell Martin (Their Eyes Were Watching God)
The Kennedy Detail - Documentary special for The Discovery Channel with Renegade83 - Director Vincent DiPersio - based on the non-fiction book The Kennedy Detail by Gerald S. Blaine and Lisa McCubbin
Teman and Teran - Producer - reality series - The Sundance Channel with Renegade83
Sex In The South - Executive Producer
Lifetime Television
and Chesler/Perlmutter Productions
Higher Ground - Executive Producer
A & E
and Orly Adelson Productions
Magic Castle - Executive Producer - Lifetime and Orly Adelson Productions
"Sante, The Kenneth Kimes Story" (USA Network)
"The Columbia Malignancy," based on Marc Gardner's true story, with Jersey Films & Zide-Perry Films (HBO).
"Port of Call," by Ken Atchity & Chi-Li Wong, with Viacom Entertainment (series).
"Profiles in Success" - Pete Rose - Reach for the Sky:Home Video with L/A House and Appledown Video

The Undead Independent production with Jan de Bont- Blue Tulip Productions
Three Men Seeking Monsters Universal Pictures. Production with Greasy Entertainment. Starring Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite) Writer and Director Mark Steven Johnson (Ghost Rider). Full film bio at
The Kill Martin Club - Executive Producer for Working Title
"Demon Keeper" - based on Royce Bucckingham's first novel - Producer - Fox2000 - Writer Laeta Kalogridis (The Dive, Battle Angel)
"Ripley's Believe It Or Not " production with Alphaville (Paramount Pictures). Writers Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski (Agent Cody Banks, Man on the Moon). Starring Jim Carrey. Director Chris Columbus (The Lightning Thief, Harry Potter 1 & 2)
"Meg," based on Steve Alten's first novel. Lawrence Gordon Productions
"Henry's List of Wrongs," script by John Scott Shepherd. Producer - New Line Cinema. Director Mark Waters (Mean Girls, Freaky Friday) and writer Harley Peyton (Bandits, Twin Peaks TV series)
"Eulogy for Joseph Way," based on John Scott Shepherd's second novel. Co-production with John Wells Entertainment (Warner Brothers), director John Scott Shepherd
John Scott Shepherd's "Favorite Son," co-production with Donald Deline (Sony)
"A Midnight Carol," based on the novel by Patricia K. Davis. Co-production with Pace Productions ("Mambo Kings," "The White Water Boys.")
"Sign of the Watcher," based on Brett Bartlett's first novel. Co-production with Zide-Perry Films (Propaganda Films).
"180 Seconds at Willow Park," based on Rick Lynch's first novel. Co-production with Zide Entertainment (New Line Cinema).
"The Danger Zone," by Nell Brien. Co-production with Lawrence Mark Productions.


Joe Somebody, a Fox 2000/New Regency-AEI picture starring Tim Allen, Julie Bowen, Jim Belushi; directed by John Pasquin ("The Santa Clause," "Home Improvement," etc.); produced by Ken Atchity and Matt Gross (for Arnold and Ann Kopelson), exec producer, Chi-Li Wong.
Life, or Something Like It, a New Regency picture, starring Angelina Jolie and Ed Burns; directed by Stephen Herek ("101 Dalmatians," "The Three Musketeers," "Rockstar," "Mr. Holland's Opus," etc.); produced by John Davis and Chi-Li Wong, exec producer, Ken Atchity.
Falling Over Backwards, starring Saul Rubinek and Paul Soles. Executive Producer, for Ranfilm (with Astral-Bellevue-Pathe, Telefilm, and the National Film Board of Canada). 13 Film festivals, including opening and closing the Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival, and opening the Santa Barbara Film Festival and the Palm Springs Film Festival. (Released only outside the U.S.; U.S. rights available, for remake or otherwise).

The Canal Street Brothel, with CBS and Orly Adelson Productions, starring Ellen Burstyn, Annabella Sciorra and Dominique Swain.
Sherman's March by John Scott Shepherd, with Kopelson Entertainment and Fox Productions (NBC series).
Ricky Nelson: Teen Idol (VH-1, with Jaffe-Braunstein Films)
Shadow of Obsession (NBC, with Saban Entertainment)
Amityville: The Evil Escapes (NBC, with Steve White Productions)
The Shades of Love movie series of 16 romantic comedies, coproduced with Astral-Bellevue-Pathe and Lorimar/Warner Bros TV:

Steve Alten's Meg (Doubleday-Bantam; Literary Guild), The Trench ( Kensington), Domain, Goliath, and Resurrection (Tor)
Nell Brien's: Veiled Journey Lioness (Mira) (see Shirley Palmer)
April Christofferson's Moratorium, Patent to Kill (Forge)
Patricia K. Davis' A Midnight Carol, (St. Martin's Press)
Nancy Freedman's Sappho: The Tenth Muse, (St. Martin's Press)
Lois Gilbert's River of Summer, Without Mercy (Dutton-Onyx)
literary management Milt Lyle's The Cruelest Lie (AEI-Calcasieu)
Rick Lynch's 180 Seconds at Willow Park (Dove)
John Robert Marlow's Nano (Forge/St. Martin's)
Floyd Martinez's Spirits of the High Mesa (Arte P├║blico Press)
Michael Murray's InsurrectionRed, BlackLight, and ForceGold (Putnam-Signet)
ShirleyPalmer's The Danger Zone, The Trade (Mira)
S.N. Palmer's Veiled Journey (Mira)
James Michael Pratt's The Last Valentine (Literary Guild; Doubleday Book Club; Dove Audio), The Lighthouse Keeper (Literary Guild; Doubleday Book Club), Ticket Home and Paradise Bay (St. Martin's Press)
Mitchell Rossi's The Hong Kong Sanction (Pinnacle)
Cheryl Saban's Sins of the Mother (Dove; Los Angeles Times Bestseller List)
John Scott Shepherd's Henry's List of Wrongs, Eulogy for Joseph Way, Layover (Rugged Land)
Tom Stern's: Gold Fever (AEI, Titan)

Jack Allen's Marilyn by Moonlight (Barclay House)
Peter Bielagus, Getting Loaded (NAL)
Jerry M. Blaskovich, M.D.'s Anatomy of Deceit (Dunhill Publishers)
Howard Bonham's Dictionary for Investors (Adams Media)
Joyce H. Brown's Heavenly Answers to Earthly Questions (NAL Dutton)
Gary Buffone's The Myth of Tomorrow, (McGraw Hill)
Gary Buffone's Choking on The Silver Spoon (Regan Books)
Abbott George Burke's Simply Heavenly : The Monastery Vegetarian Cookbook (Macmillan)
Paul Grangaard's The Grangaard Method (Perigree)
Clint Greenleaf's Gentleman's Guide Series (Adams Media)
Tim Hoerr's Thank God It's Monday Morning (Celebrity)
Ron Hogart's Hymns to Orpheus (Phanes Press)
Dr. Mark Huston, M.D., Barry Fox, Nadine Taylor, What Your Doctor Won't Tell You About Hypertension (Warner Books)
Gary & Joy Lundberg's I Don't Have to Make Everything All Better (Book of the Month Club), and Married for Better, Not Worse (Viking)
Elizabeth Mason's The Rag Street Journal: A Guide to Thrift Shops in North America , her second book from Clarkson-Potter. (Holt: Owl Books and Clarkson-Potter)
Elizabeth Mason's Valuable Vintage (Clarkson-Potter)
Sherry Meinberg's Into the Hornet's Nest (R&E Publishers)
Allison McMillan's When I Loved Myself Enough (St. Martin's)
Nori Muster's Betrayal of the Spirit: Behind the Headlines of the Hare Krishna Movement (University of Illinois Press)
Lucy Papillon's When Hope Can Kill (Celebrity)
Bud Poduska's Till Debt Do Us Part (Deseret Books)
Ripley Entertainment's The Amazing World of Robert Ripley (Black Dog & Leventhal, Ripley's)
Nola Rocco's The Hollywood Facelift (Arlington House)
Jim Sagner's Success through Cashflow Reengineering (AMACOM; Business Book Club)
Carole Smith's The Magic Castle: My Son Was a Multiple (St. Martin's Press)
Mary Taylor's Bedroom Games , (Random House, Three Rivers Press)
Gregory H. Tefft, For Your Body Only , For My Body Only (Dragon Door)
I Ain't Got Time to Bleed: Rebuilding the Body Politic from the Bottom Up (Villard; NAL Dutton; Thorndike: 13 weeks on The New York Times Bestseller List); and Do I Stand Alone? Going to the Mat against Political Pawns and Media Jackals (Pocket)