Heather Parry, though she avoids the spotlight, through her extensive knowledge of the business side of the film, television, and the music industry has helped to produce a wide array of documentaries, movies, and television series. Her close personal relationships with big names in the entertainment industry, names including Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, P- Diddy, Miley Cyrus, and even Michael Papino the CEO of Live Nation Productions, have guaranteed that their business relationships mutually benefit every party involved. Heather’s began her career at MTV at the age of 21 and stayed there for 12 years, this is where she developed a deep understanding of business in music and television, later she spent 10 years working for Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison Productions. On December 1st 2015 Heather Parry became the president at Live Nation Productions, at Live Nation she had the opportunity to use her knowledge a film and music to create many critically acclaimed musical documentaries. Her work includes Lady Gaga’s Gaga: Five Foot Two, P- Diddy’s Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop, and even a documentary on the popular rock band The Eagles of Death Metal shortly after the tragedy in Paris at the Bataclan. This film, which she worked on with Colin Hanks who she had previously worked with at Happy Madison Productions, earned two nominations for Critics Choice Awards as well as gave Heather Parry the opportunity to show that music documentaries can be considered serious cinema. Heather made the transition too scripted film with Bradley Cooper’s remake of a star is born starring Cooper and Lady Gaga. When Heather had heard about the production she called Bradley Cooper immediately to offer her services through Live Nation Productions.