Neil Mandt Chief Executive Officer
Neil Mandt is the founder and CEO of Los Angeles-based companies Mandt Bros. Production, and MANDT VR.
Neil is an Emmy Award-winning producer with a wealth of experience creating content for television, film, internet, and mobile audiences. Neil has created over 3,000 television episodes, and has developed series including ESPN’s “Jim Rome Is Burning,” Syfy’s “Destination Truth,” and Food Network’s “The Shed”. He also produced NBC’s coverage of the 2000 Summer Olympics, for which he won an Emmy, and provided daily coverage of the O.J. Simpson trial for ABC News.
In 2014, Neil developed and co-produced the Walt Disney Pictures feature film “Million Dollar Arm,” starring John Hamm. He has also produced and directed award-winning short films starring Bruce Willis, Justin Timberlake, and Jamie Foxx, among others.
Most recently, Neil produced the feature film “Dog Years,” starring Burt Reynolds, which has been accepted at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival.