Lori Huck Joins MRB Productions
November 3, 2011 by Screenmag
Lori Huck, the former Vice President of New Line Television, has joined Hollywood, CA-based MRB Productions as its new Director of Development. The company, founded by two-time Emmy Award-winning producer Matthew Brady, specializes in television, features, new media and commercial. With an eye towards all facets of television development, Huck has developed and helped launch various network series, such as Spike TV’s “Blade: The Series,” MTV’s “Friday: The Animated Series,” and Lifetime’s television movie, Poison Ivy: The Secret Society. Huck has also acted as the studio executive for FOX’s “Kitchen Confidential” and UPN’s “The Twilight Zone,” as well as for FOX, in the network’s Movies and Miniseries Department, and at ABC in Daytime Programming.
“Adding a stellar TV veteran like Lori Huck, with such a rich and diverse background, makes for a perfect fit for MRB, as our company will continue to grow its original television and feature divisions,” said Brady.
Huck holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in Film and TV Production, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film Studies from the University of California – Santa Barbara.
Up next for MRB is Stephen Gyllenhaal’s “Grassroots” starring Jason Biggs, and the Hallmark Channel’s 1st Annual Hero Dog Awards, broadcasting on November 11.