PRODUCTION BIOS LARRY LEVINSON (Executive Producer)

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PRODUCTION BIOS LARRY LEVINSON (Executive Producer)

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‘PUPPY LOVE’
PRODUCTION BIOS
LARRY LEVINSON (Executive Producer) – Larry Levinson has served as executive producer on a wide range of movies, from miniseries to feature films. He has overseen numerous Hallmark Channel Original Movies in every genre, from adventure to drama to romance.
Levinson also executive produced the popular Hallmark Channel Mystery Movie franchises “Jane Doe,” “McBride,” “Mystery Woman” and “Murder 101.”
His film credits include “Larry McMurtry’s Streets of Laredo” and “Larry McMurtry’s Dead Man’s Walk.” He executive produced Burt Reynolds’ “Hard Times” telefilms featuring detective Logan McQueen. He also executive produced, with actor Dennis Quaid, “Everything that Rises” and “Mark Twain’s Roughing It.” With actor Tom Berenger, Levinson executive produced “Rough Riders.”
For the Hallmark Channel, Levinson’s substantial work as executive producer on original films includes “The Last Cowboy,” ”Straight From the Heart,” “Love Comes Softly,” “Audrey’s Rain,” "The King and Queen of Moonlight Bay,” “Hard Ground,” “A Time to Remember,” “Just Desserts,” “A Place Called Home,” “The Long Shot (Believe in Courage),” “Life on Liberty Street,” “King Solomon’s Mines,” “La Femme Musketeer,” “The Trail to Hope Rose,” “The Reading Room,” “Our House,” “Where There’s A Will,” “Love’s Enduring Promise,” “Out of the Woods,” “Thicker Than Water,” “Always and Forever,” “The Three Gifts” and “Love Begins.”
Levinson also served as executive producer on “The Christmas Card” in 2007. The film stands as the Hallmark Channel’s highest-rated original movie.
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HARVEY FROST (Director) – Harvey Frost was born in Hampstead, London. After beginning his career as a director in London, his work took him to Toronto and eventually to his current home, Los Angeles. Known as an actor’s director, many members of the casts on his projects have won or been nominated for awards for their work with him. In addition, his work has either won or been nominated for numerous awards, including an Emmy® for the series “Avonlea,” a WorldFest Silver Star for “National Lampoon’s Golf Punks” and the Leo Best Picture Award for “Two of Hearts.”
His other credits include “Beverly Hills, 90210,” “Melrose Place” and the television movies “Best Actress,” “Murder at the Cannes Film Festival” and the Hallmark Channel Original Movies, “Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus,” “Meet the Santas” and “Battle of the Bulbs.” Frost also helmed the feature films “Tracks of a Killer” and “Midnight Heat.”
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Frost and his wife have four children, along with two dogs and one cat.
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CYNTHIA RIDDLE AND PETER HUNZIKER (Writers) – Writers/directors Cynthia Riddle and Peter Hunziker have been working together on such projects as Showtime’s “The Outer Limits,” “Rugrats,” “The Wild Thornberrys” and “Crossroads: A Story of Forgiveness.” Since 1998, they have collaborated on projects in every genre, from animation to feature film to television series and shorts.
Riddle and Hunziker’s television animation series credits also include “Sonic Underground,” Fox Family Channel series “All Dogs Go To Heaven,” “Robocop,” “The Lionhearts,” “County General,” “The Wompkees” and Nickelodeon’s “Preschool Daze” and “All Grown Up.” They most recently wrote the animated family movies “Hidden Treasures of Wompkee Wood” and “A Very Wompkee Christmas.”
The writer/producer duo has also collaborated on feature films, including 2003 Project Greenlight top ten finalist “The Uninvited,” starring Brad Rowe and Vanessa Vander Pluym. They have also worked on the 2001 Coca Cola Refreshing Filmmaker’s winner, “You Too Can Be a Winner” and 2002 finalist “Don’t Give Away the Ending.”
For television, Riddle and Hunziker have written and produced Hallmark Hall of Fame’s “Crossroads: A Story of Forgiveness” in 2007, starring Dean Cain, and the Disney Channel films “One of the Guys” and “Vanishing Act.”
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