Heather Parry No Longer Has to Choose Between Music and Movies

Heather Parry knew what she wanted to be when she grew up and didn’t waste any time getting started building her career. She began working at MTV at just 21 years of age. She spent 12 years there until she switched gears and got a job working for Adam Sandler and his company, Happy Madison.

Parry worked with Sandler for 10 years and at the end of 2015, she began to work at Live Nation Productions as President. With her background in music, films, and television, and her love of music, the new position was a match made in heaven.

Heather Parry is not only a driven individual who is literally brimming with creative ideas, she knows just about everyone and can always reach out to her contacts to make her dream projects come true.

After working with Colin Hanks, who was in the Happy Madison produced movie, The House Bunny, she collaborated with him on a documentary on the Eagles of Death Metal. The heavy metal group was on stage in November of 2015 when terrorists began firing on the Bataclan stage in Paris. The film received two nominations for the Critics’ Choice awards.

Additional movies that Parry has produced include Believer, about the religious conflicts of the band members in Imagine Dragon, and Gaga: Five Foot Two which followed the life of Lady Gaga.

After her success in working with Gaga, Heather didn’t waste any time trying to become involved with the singer’s movie debut with Bradley Cooper, the remake of A Star is Born. Parry was already an acquaintance of Cooper so she was able to set up a meeting with his manager. You can tell she is always focused on her work because she was able to present all the ways she could be of benefit to this film.

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