Ethan Rosenberg hails from Warwick, Rhode Island where he began his producing career organizing everything from full musical theatre productions to improv and music shows. He got his degree in Theatre Design and Production from Boston University, taking a semester off to study comedy at Chicago's Second City; then worked at Hasbro Toys producing pilots, sizzles, and corporate videos for their internal studio. In Los Angeles, Ethan has produced short films with Woodhead Entertainment such as Last Words, which he co-wrote, and Favre Rise: What Should I Do, both of which received critical reception and popularity online. He has worked as a producer and UPM on two well-received features: Funeral Kings, which premiered at SXSW and opened at LA's Chinese Theatre, and 13 Cameras, a festival favorite and New York Times Critic's Pick. Ethan is currently working as a Development Associate for Rob Dyrdek's company Superjacket Productions, where he helps them create and shape new television shows. He has also produced two hilarious pilots independently, neither of which has seen the light of day.