Heather Parry

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Heather Parry is a film and television producer and currently Head of Film with Happy Madison Productions.

She is a graduate of Emmaus High School in Emmaus, Pennsylvania.

Parry started in the West Coast News Division at MTV, and later segued into development, where she oversaw series development and special movie programming and marketing specials. During this period, she worked with the rock band Rage Against the Machine and directed the band's video for its cover of Bruce Springsteen's “The Ghost of Tom Joad” in 1997[1] and those from The Battle of Mexico City in 2001.

While at MTV Films, she co-produced two films in 2005, The Longest Yard, starring Adam Sandler, and Get Rich or Die Tryin’, starring rapper 50 Cent.

In 2005, she left MTV Films to join Sandler and his producing partner Jack Giarraputo at Happy Madison. She runs feature film development for the company and produced its first female-driven comedy, The House Bunny, starring Anna Faris, in 2008.[2] She co-produced the film, Just Go with It, starring Sandler and Jennifer Aniston, released on February 11, 2011.