- Full Name Marc Provissiero
- Occupation Film Producer, Film Manager, Film Agent
- Nationality American
- Birth Date Nov 14, 1966
- Age 54 Years, 8 Months
Marc Provissiero | Biography 2021Co-founder and Managing Partner at Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment
Provissiero has produced projects working as a managing partner at Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment, which he also co-founded. The company made it to the headline of Deadline in 2020 when DC Wade, a former talent agent at WME (William Morris Endeavor Entertainment), joined hands with Odenkirk Provissiero, whose major figure included producing couple Naomi Odenkirk and Bob Odenkirk, including Marc Provissiero.
Marc Provissiero is a film producer who has worked on shows such as Nobody, W/Bob and David, and PEN15. He is known for his association with Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment in a managerial role. He and actor Bob Odenkirk co-founded the management firm in 2009.
Who is Marc Provissiero?
Born on 14 November 1966, Marc Provissiero is an American film producer whose notable works include PEN15 (2019-2020), which rated highest out of all his production with an IMDb rating. In terms of rating, the TV series is followed by Nobody (2021) and W/Bob and David (2015), both with a rating of 7.4.
Provissiero pulled off most of his highest-rated productions, being part of Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment, INC. The motion pictures & film firm is based in Los Angeles, California. He co-founded the firm in 2009.
Provissiero served as an executive producer for the 2011 comedy TV movie Let’s Do This! and the 2012 TV short How to Cheat on Your Wife. Three years later, In 2015, he executive produced yet another comedy movie Ken Jeong Made Me Do, and in the same year, he worked as an executive producer for
roughly five episodes of the series W/Bob and David.
Provissiero then followed his credits with Girlfriend’s Day, a comedy/drama hybrid in 2017. In 2018, he went on to produce the film Happy Anniversary. In the same year, he completed another project, History of Them, a TV movie. He additionally pocketed an executive producer’s credit for 17 episodes of the TV series PEN15 that aired from 2019 to 2020 and 30 episodes of the animated series Paradise PD (2018-2021).
In 2021, Provissiero has also produced the TV film, Nobody, and the series, Bucktown.
Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment
Provissiero has produced projects working as a managing partner at Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment, which he also co-founded.
The company made it to the headline of Deadline in 2020 when DC Wade, a former talent agent at WME (William Morris Endeavor Entertainment), joined hands with Odenkirk Provissiero, whose major figure included producing couple Naomi Odenkirk and Bob Odenkirk, including Marc Provissiero.
In an interview with Deadline, Wayde shared why he selected the company.
“Naomi, Marc, and the whole team have built something special,” Wade conveyed. “I’m excited to help expand and amplify the OPE brand as we continue into the next decade of the company.”
The 2021 action, crime, and drama amalgam, Nobody, produced by Bob Odenkirk, Marc Provissiero, Braden Aftergood, and Kelly McCormick, tells the story of a vengeful drug lord who hunted down a spectator who helped to save a woman being harassed by a group of guys.
The film is based on the true story of Bob Odenkirk and a harrowing house invasion he suffered in his own life. “I also had this experience in my personal life, where there was a break-in in my home, and it was very distressing to my family,” Odenkirk shared in a virtual interview with Cinema Blend in 2021. “It left me with incredibly powerful and profound feelings of fury, and I believed that if I could draw on those sentiments in that experience, I could launch a voyage into darkness, violence, and action.”
The temptation to convert those emotions into a rough-and-tumble action hero character was the driving force for the making of this film.
Starring as Hutch Mansell in the movie, Odenkirk primarily thought his manager, Marc Provissiero, would laugh at the concept of him portraying an action hero, but that was not the case. Instead, Provissiero was fully on board with the idea. The movie then found its way into the hands of producers Kelly McCormack and David Leitch due to Marc Provissiero’s involvement in making the movie a hit.
Provissiero holds the credit as one of the executive producers for roughly 17 episodes of the TV series PEN15 from 2019 to 2020. The series portrays the hilarious story of middle school as seen through the eyes of two seventh-grade girls battling with the insecurities of adolescence.
The idea was created by Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer, and Jorma Taccone of Lonely Island—who also served as executive producers alongside Becky Sloviter of Party Over Here and Marc Provissiero and Brooke Pobjoy of Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment. Executive producers Debbie Liebling and Gabe Liedman were also involved. AwesomenessTV also joined the production team, making it Hulu’s third cooperation with the firm, following Freakish and All Night.
The management company, Odenkirk Provissiero, had been working on PEN15 for more than four years before. Later, Hulu brought Awesomeness on board and approved the project to series. Previously, the company had collaborated with Maya Erskine, Anna Konkle, and Sam Zvibleman to film a hilarious 15-minute pilot presentation and execute the alternative scripts.
The animated, action, crime, and comedy genre-based series Paradise PD, which aired from 2018 to 2021, is primarily about underperforming cops.
Marc Provissiero executive produced about 30 episodes of Paradise PD.
Emily Wilson, a co-executive producer of The Conners, was behind the multi-camera family comedy. Wilson penned, and executive produced Bucktown. In addition, Tom Werner, Sara Gilbert, Marc Provissiero, and Mandy Summers also served as executive producers for the show.
The series follows Amy, who seeks shelter at her mother’s house in the blue-collar neighborhood after being left by her boyfriend and evicted from her apartment on the day before her huge promotion. Due to her sister’s recent rehab term, Amy reconnects with her teenage niece who lives there, and she decides to stay when she sees that her mother and niece aren’t yet ready to go through it alone.
Bucktown is still in the development phase as of 11 June 2021.
The 2017 comedy-drama film Girlfriend’s Day was co-produced by Magic Stone Productions and Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment and directed by Michael Paul Stephenson, who also directed Best Worst Movie.
The movie’s plotline portrays the protagonist, Ray, a greeting card writer played by Odenkirk, getting caught in a web of murder and deception as he and competitor writers compete to make the best card for a new holiday known as “Girlfriend’s Day.”
The movie was co-produced by Marc Provissiero and Odenkirk, the co-founders of Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment.
Awards and Nomination
Provissiero won the 2019 ‘Gotham Independent Film Award’ for the Breakthrough Series - Short Form PEN15 (2019), which he shared with other personalities, including Anna Konkle, Sam Zvibleman, Jordan Levin, Becky Sloviter, Gabe Liedman, Brooke Pobjoy, Andy Samberg, Maya Erskine, Jorma Taccone, Akiva Schaffer, Shelley Zimmerman, Deborah Liebling, and Brin Lukens.
Actress Nadine Velazquez and Marc Provissiero met in 2001 and began dating soon after. The pair married in 2005 but divorced in 2011 after around six years of marriage. In 2013, Nadine hailed her divorce on her blog, ‘My Name Is Earl,’ for converting her into a lady. She shared that the divorce with her ex-husband took her “into the realm of shit to work with.” She implied that she moved on from her habit of avoiding roles and being frustrated after 2011.
Provissiero still hasn’t commented on the divorce.