Darlene Lieblich

Darlene Lieblich

Darlene Lieblich Tipton - Executive Producer

Darlene@RiverCityEnt.com

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Darlene was born in the Gold Rush town of San Andreas, California. She has spent over thirty-five years as a network television executive in Los Angeles working as a broadcast standards and practices executive (aka The Censor) responsible for the content of thousands of hours of daytime and prime-time network programming.

Mrs. Lieblich-Tipton is an active member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, serving as Governor of Daytime Programming from 1993-1995 and 1999-2001. In 1994 she co-founded TV CARES, the AIDS service and community outreach committee of the Television Academy. She served as chairman of the Daytime Emmy Awards Committee from 2001 to 2005. Darlene currently works as Vice President of Standards and Practices at Fox Cable Networks in Los Angeles.

In 1999 Darlene became a five-time Jeopardy champion but was not allowed to compete against Ken Jennings because she knew members of the Jeopardy production team. Darlene he is a member of Mensa, a gourmet cook, a 'computer geek', an ultralight aircraft pilot and a classically-trained pianist.

Darlene holds a B.A. in Motion Pictures and Television from UCLA, an M.B.A. from Pepperdine University and received her PhD in Communications in 2002.

In 2005, Darlene financed and produced HEART of the BEHOLDER which went on to win more Best Feature Film Awards than any other independent movie before being picked up for world-wide distribution. www.Beholder.com

 

Ken Tipton

Ken Tipton

Ken Tipton - Director/Producer/Writer/Actor

Ken@RiverCityEnt.com

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Ken was born in El Paso, Texas and raised in the St. Louis suburb of St. Charles, Mo. “HEART of the BEHOLDER” is based on the true story of how Ken lost his family, his multi-million dollar chain of video stores, and almost his life. Ken refused to buckle to the terror tactics of a group of religious fanatics and the corrupt prosecutor they had blackmailed into ruining him because he would not remove Martin Scorsese's controversial film, "The Last Temptation of Christ", from his stores.

“BEHOLDER” had been up and down Hollywood development slates for many years. Academy Award-winning director, Robert Wise, was one of Ken's mentors and encouraged him to write and direct the film himself. After 12 long hard years, Ken directed his family's story which has won more Best Feature Films awards then any other indie film.

Ken earned his Screen Actors Guild card in 1994 with advice from his first mentor, John Candy, and fulfilled his promise to John by helping many others earn their SAG cards. To survive in Hollywood, Ken has worked as an actor, telemarketer, body guard, limo driver, messenger, valet, production assistant, census taker, and many other jobs.