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                          Bobby Leigh


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Bobby Leigh  is a RECORDING ACADEMY {#IAmTheAcademy}, GRAMMY® Voting Member, and a Multi-Platinum, Award-Winning Actor, Filmmaker and Personal Artist Manager and has over thirty years in the music and entertainment Business where he has produced, toured and also worked on the management teams with such major rock-n-roll multi-platinum legends as “Aerosmith,” “Guns-N-Roses,” “Red Hot Chili Peppers,” “Lynyrd Skynyrd," “Quiet Riot," “The Specials,” “Social Distortion,” “The Offspring,” and “Staind.” Leigh also served as the main producer for three “MTV (VMA's) Video Music Awards” Television Award shows. 

As a personal manager for 4 Non Blondes he catapulted their careers to 12 million records sold worldwide in only 9 months. Bobby also was personal manager for EMI Records; Butt Trumpet, Priority Records; The X-Members, Dr. Dream Records; The Cadillac Tramps, SONY Music/Epic Records; Peter Himmleman. 

Other notable television and feature film acting roles; Bobby is credited in “The Flight Attendant” for HBO, “Midnight Mass” for Netflix, “London Fields,” “PIRATES Of The CARIBEAN: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” “Creatures Of White Chapel,” “Dracula Untold,” “Golgotha,” “Sherlock Holmes,” “Sweeny Todd,” “Childlike Violence,” as well as many other independent films.

Under the Visualiner Entertainment banner, Leigh served as a producer and actor on “The Gift… At Risk” starring Vince Vaughn and Randy Travis, which debuted at the Monaco Film Festival. Also for Visualiner Entertainment, Bobby was a producer on the Award Winning feature film “Stripped Down” staring Ian Ziering ("Beverly Hills 90210" and "Dancing with the Stars,”) The film, which took three awards at the Silver Lake Film Festival, including “Outstanding Achievement in Production,” has been sold to eight European Markets and had it’s American theatrical release in 2008.

Leigh also produced “The Guitar Player’s Girlfriend,” winner of the “Los Angeles Screenwriting Competition sponsored by Kodak and Panavision” in 2006. With Filmmakers Alliance, Leigh produced “Plus Or Minus: A Few Things I Thought I Should Consider,” a film that deals with teen pregnancy, with director Amanda Swikow. Leigh also recently directed the family film “It’s All An Illusion,” for Christopher Coppola’s Project Access Hollywood. 

Leigh also wrote, directed and produced the Award-Winning documentary feature film “Holodomor,” an expose on the Ukrainian genocide perpetrated by Joseph Stalin and the Soviet Union. The 93 minute feature film won the, “Best Documentary” award at the Hoover Dam Film Festival, and was nominated for “Best Documentary Film” at the British Film Festival and also took home the  “Grand Jury Award for Best Feature for most Outstanding Movie” at the Monaco Charity Film Festival.

Bobby was a producer on the Lions Gate horror film “Experiment In Torture.” Leigh also served as a producer on “Dracula Untold,” “Golgotha,”  “VH1 Rock Honors,” “Red Hot Chli Peppers; Otherside,” and other music videos.

Leigh served as the main producer for three “MTV Video Music Awards” Television Award shows, two in New York City, USA and one in Dublin, IR. Bobby has also worked for the “Silver Lake Film Festival.” Leigh was also the producr for “VisionFest/The Vision Awards” for Filmmakers Alliance and the Directors Guild of America four years in a row. Vision Award honorees include such renowned filmmakers as Mike Figgis, Terry Gilliam, Wim Wenders, Allison Anders, Alexander Payne, David O’Russell, Werner Herzog, Michael and Mark Polish and Laura Dern.

Bobby Leigh is a member of the P.G.A. (Producers Guild of America,) the PRODUCERS NETWORK at the Festival de Cannes and Marche du Film (Only 500 producers selected worldwide,) S.A.G./A.F.T.R.A. (Screen Actors Guild,) FIND (Film Independent,) CAA (Creative Actors Alliance,) IDA (International Documentary Association) and Filmmaker's Alliance.

IMDb Mini Biography By: Steven Adams; Agent/Manager


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