Brad Foxhoven

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Brad Foxhoven is an American film producer and entertainment executive. He is currently the Founder and CEO of DR1 Racing, a leading drone racing company.

He worked on Ratchet & Clank and consults Pepsi, Buffalo Wild Wings, Sony, and Microsoft.


Brad Foxhoven is currently the founder of “DR1 Racing", a drone racing series that streams on and airs on the Discovery Network. Brad is also a film and television producer, having made such feature films as "Heavenly Sword", based on the 2007 video game of the same name. and Ratchet & Clank’’, as well as the upcoming "Sly Cooper", respectively. Previously he was attached to the Metroid film based on the Nintendo franchise with John Woo.

Foxhoven began his career at Top Cow Productions and President of the company. While at Top Cow, he helped launch several notable franchises including The Darkness, Witchblade, and Rising Stars. He was also involved in Witchblade television series that aired on TNT for two seasons, serving as a Producer. He also served as the President of Tiger Hill Entertainment, a gaming company he co-founded with director John Woo and producer Terence Chang. Among the various games to come out includes “Stranglehold”, which served as a sequel to “Hard Boiled”.

Foxhoven is also a senior entertainment executive with a long record of success in launching and managing entertainment products and companies on every digital platform, including: Web, wireless, interactive television, video game consoles, and digital satellite, film and television. He has consulted on the convergence of the video game market and entertainment with companies such as Pepsico on brands such as Mountain Dew, Pepsi, Pepsi Max, Buffalo Wild Wings, Turner Sports, and others, in addition to News Corp, Electronic Arts, Village Roadshow, Majesco Entertainment, Fox Mobile, THQ.

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