Heather Parry

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Heather Parry is a television and film producer. In December 2015, she was named the president of production for film and television at Live Nation. She was put on leave in December 2018 following the publication of an exposé written by Variety, the result of a four-month long investigation into claims of regular workplace abuse and harassment.[1]


MTV (1993–2005)[edit]

Parry was the West Coast Bureau Chief for MTV News. She co-produced Get Rich or Die Tryin’ and Adam Sandler's The Longest Yard for MTV Films.

Happy Madison Productions (2005–2015)[edit]

As head of film development and production at Sandler's company, Parry produced four critically panned movies, beginning with The House Bunny (2008), followed by Sandler's Just Go with It (2011), That's My Boy (2012), and Pixels (2015).

Live Nation Productions (2015–current)[edit]

At Live Nation, Parry oversaw the production of four documentaries: Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis (Our Friends), Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story, Gaga: Five Foot Two, and Believer. Parry was placed on leave in December 2018 as a result of Variety's four-month long investigation into alleged workplace abuse.[1]


  1. ^ a b Maddaus, Gene. "Live Nation's Heather Parry Put on Leave Amid Verbal Abuse Claims". Variety. Retrieved 21 December 2018.