CEO: Kevin Sorbo

Best known for his roles as Hercules in Hercules, the Legendary Journey’s and Captain Dylan Hunt in Gene Roddenberry’s, Andromeda, Kevin has been a driving force in Hollywood for over three decades.

With a long list of credits to his name, including acting, modeling, producing and directing, Kevin has built a career that resounds throughout more than 176 countries.

In 1997, during his tenure as the strongest man in the world, Sorbo suffered three strokes resulting from an aneurism in his left shoulder. He tells the compelling story of his grueling recovery in his book, True Strength: My Journey from Hercules to Mere Mortal and How Nearly Dying Saved My Life.

Proving his tenacity, Sorbo was honored by the Movie Guide Awards for “Most Inspirational Performance of the Year” for What If… He starred in the acclaimed God’s Not Dead, which was dollar-for-dollar one of the most successful Hollywood films ever.

More recently, Sorbo completed directing and starring in the feature film, Let There Be Light, which he co-produced with his wife, Sam, and Dan Gordon. Sean Hannity served as Executive Producer. The faith-based story hit theaters in October 2017, was the fourth-highest-grossing faith film of the year.

Kevin also directed and starred in their most recent film, Miracle in East Texas, which hits theaters in 2020. The Sorbos home educate their three teenagers in Florida. www.kevinsorbo.net/news.htm

An accomplished actress, author, radio host, and international model, Sam’s acting career spans films such as Bonfire of the Vanities and Twenty Bucks, as well as television, with recurring roles in Chicago Hope, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Gene Rodenberry’s Andromeda.

In 2015 Sam won “Best Supporting Actress” from the Utah Film Awards for her performance in the feature Just Let Go.

Sam wrote They’re YOUR Kids: An Inspirational Journey from Self-Doubter to Home School Advocate to inspire parents to home educate and Teach from Love: A School Year Devotional for Families to encourage Christ-like characteristics in youth. With husband Kevin, Sam home schools their three children.

Sam co-wrote, produced, and co-starred in the feature, Let There Be Light (Christmas, 2017; Executive producer, Sean Hannity; director, Kevin Sorbo.) She and Kevin published its accompanying devotional, Share the Light: Forty World-Changing Devotions, and they are currently in post-production on Miracle in East Texas, due out in 2020.

CFO: Sam Sorbo

Operations Director: James Quattrochi

For the past three decades, genial and gregarious New Yorker James Quattrochi has pursued a career in film on both sides of the camera.

After moving to Los Angeles, he produced and starred in Kingdom of the Blind (1995). He then produced and directed True Friends (winner: Charleston IFF).

The Laifa Film Awards voted James “Best Up and Coming Director” earning him a letter of endorsement from Martin Scorcese.

James followed this promising start with work on several more projects varyingly as producer, director and actor.

In 2016, Kevin and Sam Sorbo asked James to come on board as producer of Let There Be Light. Their collaboration proved so successful, the Sorbos chose him again to help produce Miracle in East Texas, due out 2020.

Incredibly well-rounded and talented in both business and the art of filmmaking, Quattrochi has also produced over fifteen reality television shows, and has several other projects currently in development.

Scott J. Jones is the founding member, President, and CEO of Artist View Entertainment, a world class multi-media sales and marketing corporation. He oversees distribution totaling over $150 million of programming assets including over 200 feature-length motion pictures, series and special interest programs.

Throughout his thirty-five-year career, Scott has directly represented major studio labels including Disney, Touchstone, Colombia Tri-Star, Warner Brothers, Sony, Paramount, Fox, and MGM. Scott has been involved in the production of over twenty feature films, six TV pilots and most recently the Netflix series “Black Summer.”

His company, Artist View, has acquired, marketed, and overseen the world-wide distribution of 500+ independently produced films. He has served on three video industry association boards including the AVDA, SVDA and MVDA, has been a member of The National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE) since 1996, and is currently serving his twelfth year on the Arbitration Advisory Board for the Independent Film and Television Alliance (IFTA Formerly AFMA).

Sales: Scott Jones