EXECUTIVE PRODUCER FOR THE FOLLOWING TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS:

MINI-SERIES:

  • THE TEMPTATIONS, NBC, four hours, 1998, de Passe Entertainment.

NAACP Image Award Winner for Best Miniseries. (Nominated for six Emmy Awards, including Best Mini-Series and won an Emmy for Best Director.)  Also nominated for a Golden Globe and won the Producers Guild Award; Directors Guild Award; and Prism Award.  Starring: Leon, Charles Malik Whitfield, DB Woodside, Terron Brooks and Christian Payton.

PRODUCER FOR THE FOLLOWING TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS:

MINI-SERIES:

  • BUFFALO GIRLS, CBS, four hours, 1995, de Passe Entertainment.  Nominated for eleven Emmy Awards, including Best Miniseries and Best Actress.  Starring Angelica Huston, Melanie Griffith, Reba McEntyre, Sam Elliott and Jack Palance.

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER FOR THE FOLLOWING TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS:

MOVIES FOR TELEVISION:

NETWORK:

  • THE LORETTA CLAIBORNE STORY ��� Two-hour, 2000, Disney/ABC Sunday Night, de Passe Entertainment.
  • SOMEONE ELSE’S CHILD – Two-hour, 1998, ABC, de Passe Entertainment.

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER FOR THE FOLLOWING TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS:

CABLE:

  • ZENON: ZEE THREE – Two-hour, 2004, The Disney Channel,

de Passe Entertainment.

  • ZENON: THE ZEQUEL – Two-hour, 2001, The Disney Channel, de Passe Entertainment.  When it aired, the movie had the highest-ever rating for a Disney Channel original movie.  Premiered January 2001 with 3.3 rating/6 share.
  • CHEATERS – Two-hour, 2000, HBO Films, de Passe Entertainment.
  • ZENON, GIRL OF THE 21ST CENTURY – Two-hour, 1999, The Disney Channel, de Passe Entertainment.

PRODUCER FOR THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTIONS

SPECIALS:

THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF’S INAUGURAL BALL FOR PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA, 2009.  Hosted by: George Lopez.   Appearances by: Bon Jovi, Chris Tucker, Josh Groban, Smokey Robinson, among others. Honoring the country’s active duty and reserve military, and broadcast to American troops around the world via the Pentagon Channel. Producer.

  • MOTOWN 40: THE MUSIC IS FOREVER, Four-hour documentary 1998, ABC, de Passe Entertainment.   Executive Producer.
  • MICHAEL JACKSON:  The Legend Continues, One-hour, 1992, CBS����������������������  Producer.
  • MOTOWN 30: WHAT’S GOIN’ ON, Two-hour, 1990, CBS, Motown Productions, and Emmy Award Nominee.   Co-Producer.
  • MOTOWN MERRI X-MAS, One-hour, 1987, ABC, Motown Productions.  Supervising Producer.
  • MOTOWN RETURNS TO THE APOLLO, Three-hour, 1985, NBC, Motown Productions. Emmy Award winner for Best Variety Program. NAACP Image

Award winner.  Co-Producer.

  • MOTOWN 25: YESTERDAY, TODAY, FOREVER, Two-hour, 1983, NBC, Motown Productions, Emmy Award winner for Best Variety Program.  Winner of NAACP Image Award and Peabody Award.   Producer.
  • MOTOWN ON SHOWTIME:
    – Smokey Robinson – One-hour, 1990, Showtime, Motown Productions.
  • – Comedy-on-Campus – One-hour, 990, Showtime, Motown Productions.

– Michael Jackson – One-hour, 1988, Showtime, Motown Productions.
– Marvin Gaye – One-hour, 1987, Showtime, Motown Productions.
– Temptations and Four Tops – One-hour, 1986, Showtime, Motown Productions.  Supervising Producer.

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER FOR THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTIONS:

SERIES:

  • SISTER, SISTER: Half-hour sitcom – 122 episodes completed, 1995-1999, WB,

de Passe Entertainment.  Starring: Tia and Tamera Mowry, Tim Reid and Jackee Harry.

  • SMART GUY: Half-hour sitcom – 51 episodes completed, 1996-1999, WB,

de Passe Entertainment.  Starring: Tahj Mowry, John Marshall Jones, Jason Weaver, Omar Gooding and Essence Atkins.

  • ON OUR OWN: Half-hour sitcom – 19 episodes completed, 1994-1995, ABC,

de Passe Entertainment. ��Starring: The Smollet Family.

  • THE MOTOWN REVUE starring SMOKEY ROBINSON: Six one-hour episodes, 1986, NBC, Motown Productions.   Supervising Producer.

PRODUCER FOR THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTIONS:

FIRST RUN SYNDICATION:

  • Showtime at The Apollo: 130 one-hour episodes completed, variety program format.  2002-Present.  Syndicated through Warner Brothers/Telepictures.
  • Night Life: (195) half-hour episodes, talk show. 1986-87.  Hosted by

David Brenner.

PRODUCER FOR THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTIONS:

AWARD PROGRAMS:

  • 2006 Black Movie Awards: A Celebration of Black Cinema: Past, Present, & Future.  A 90-minute special which aired nationally on Turner Network Television (TNT) October 18, 2006.  Hosted by Tyler Perry.   Producer.
  • 2005 Black Movie Awards: A Celebration of Black Cinema: Past, Present, & Future.  A 90-minute special which aired nationally on Turner Network Television (TNT) October 19, 2005. Hosted by Cedric the Entertainer.    Producer.
  • 34th NAACP Image Awards, Two-hour special, 2003 FOX, de Passe Entertainment. Hosted by Cedric the Entertainer.   Co-Executive Producer.
  • 2003 Essence Awards, Two-hour special, FOX, de Passe Entertainment.

Winner of the 2004 NAACP Image Award for Best Variety Music Program.  Hosted by Steve Harvey.    Co-Executive Producer.

  • 2002 Essence Awards, Two-hour special, FOX, de Passe Entertainment.

Hosted by Steve Harvey.   Co-Executive Producer.

  • 33rd NAACP Image Awards, Two-hour special, 2002, FOX, de Passe Entertainment.  Hosted by Chris Tucker.   Co-Executive Producer.
  • 32nd NAACP Image Awards, Two-hour special, 2001, FOX, de Passe Entertainment.  Hosted by Chris Tucker.   Co-Executive Producer.
  • MUSIC and MORE…Image Awards, One-hour special, 2001, WB, de Passe Entertainment.  Hosted by Sinbad and Brandy.    Producer.

MUSIC SUPERVISOR

FEATURE

Berry Gordy���������s The Last Dragon,  1985, TriStar Pictures

Golden Globe Nomination, 1986, Best Original Song – Motion Picture, Diane Warren for

“Rhythm of the Night.”  # 1 POP and R&B

OVERSAW DEVELOPMENT FOR THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTIONS

  • STREETS OF LAREDO, CBS, five hours, 1995, de Passe Entertainment.  Starring: James Garner, Sissy Spacek, Sam Shepard and Sonia Braga.
  • Lonesome Dove, The Outlaw Years: 44 one-hour episodes completed, western drama, 1994-1996.  Starring: Eric McCormack, Scott Bairstow and Paul Le Mat.

  • RETURN TO LONESOME DOVE, CBS, four hours, 1993, Motown Productions.  Starring: Jon Voight, Barbara Hershey, Rick Schroder and Louis Gossett, Jr. and William Petersen.
  • THE JACKSONS: An American Dream, ABC, five hours, 1992, Motown Productions. Nominated for multiple Emmy Awards, including Best Miniseries. Starring: Angela Bassett, Billy Dee Williams, and Vanessa Williams as Suzanne.
  • LONESOME DOVE, CBS, eight hours, 1989, Motown Productions.  Emmy, Golden Globe, Peabody Award-winning miniseries.  Named ���������Outstanding Program of the Year” by Television Critics Association, Best Miniseries in TV Guide Annual Readers Choice Awards, D.W. Griffith Award by National Board of Review.  Among other honors, the success of this landmark western resulted in de Passe’s induction into the Cowboy Hall of Fame.  “Lonesome Dove” was based on Larry McMurtry���s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel.  Starring: Robert Duvall, Tommy Lee Jones and Anjelica Huston.
  • SMALL SACRIFICES, ABC, four hours, 1989, Motown Productions.  Nominated for three Emmy Awards, including Best Miniseries and two Golden Globe Awards.  Winner of the Peabody Award.  Based on Ann Rule’s best-selling book.  Starring: Farrah Fawcett, Ryan O’Neal and John Shea.
  • THE LAST ELECTRIC KNIGHT ����� (aka SIDEKICKS) – Two-hour, 1989, ABC,

Motown Productions.   Music Supervisor

  • BRIDESMAIDS – Two-hour, 1989, CBS, Motown Productions.  Music Supervisor
  • HAPPY ENDINGS – Two-hour, 1983, CBS, King Entertainment,

Motown Productions.      Music Supervisor

BOARDS, TRADE ASSOCIATIONS AND AFFILIATIONS:

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences

Women In Film