Shauna Garr

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Shauna Garr is an American producer and entertainment executive in Hollywood. She is best known for producing the film How High with Universal Pictures.


Garr was born in Los Angeles. She is best known for How High, starring Method Man, Lark Voorhies and Mike Epps. Garr went on to produce the Fox TV series Method And Red. She began her career with Merv Griffin Enterprises at Wheel of Fortune.

Garr was a producer for MTV News in the 90s. Segueing next to PBS,[1] Garr Executive Produced the 8 part docu-soap series "The Ride". This series was a critical success and launched the career of actress Paula Patton.[2] Garr later joined the Disney Company's Buena Vista Television discovering writers for Keenen Ivory Wayans' late night talk show and developing other alternative programming.

Garr also worked as VP Development for filmmaker Amy Heckerling at Paramount Television. During this stint she is best known for setting afloat the career of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Producer/Screenwriter, Dustin Lee Abraham.[3]

In 2005, she produced the documentary film "The Strip Game" for Lions Gate Entertainment, starring Method Man, Travis Barker and Ghostface Killah. In 2010, Lions Gate Entertainment re-released the film virally and it is ranked as one of the most popular documentaries by Hulu.[4] Garr's South by Southwest documentary film 1 More Hit, featuring Jamie Kennedy, Akon, Paul Mooney, Steve-O and Twink Caplan it was released on DVD and then as a VOD January 19, 2012.[5] I


  1. ^ TV Guide "The Ride on PBS", TV Guide, accessed February 3, 2011.
  2. ^ Ask Men "PAULA PATTON BIOGRAPHY", Ask Men, accessed February,2, 2011.
  3. ^ Brodesser, Claude "Busy scribe inks Par film and TV deals", Variety, November 19, 2000, accessed February 2, 2011.
  4. ^ Hulu "Hulu – Most Popular / Feature Films / News and information", Hulu, accessed February 2, 2011.
  5. ^ SGP Inc "1 More Hit — Available on DVD Coming in 2011", SGP Inc, accessed February,2, 2010.

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