John Frank Rosenblum

John Frank has been actively involved with the entertainment industry for over twenty-five years. In 1980, John Frank acquired the license from BBC Enterprises, Ltd to market their television programs to American audiences. He appeared as on-air talent and ran fan communications, in conjunction with another BBC licensee, Lionheart Televison. In 1985, John Frank began producing local and national public broadcasting fund raising programming for such BBC programs as "Doctor Who", "Eastenders", and "Red Dwarf", shows for which he also wrote, produced, and occasionally made character appearances. In 1987, John Frank was recognized by Public Television for having raised over $1,000,000 for local public broadcasting stations.

Since then, John Frank has written and produced several series for American television including "Trailer Park" for The Sci-Fi Channel and the series "Modern Marvels/Super Structures of the World for The Learning Channel", and he has and has written (or consulted on writing) for numerous other shows such including "South Park", "Doctor Who", "The Big Breakfast", "Dame Edna's Neighborhood Watch", "Red Dwarf", and "Star Trek: The Next Generation". John Frank was also the Executive Producer of the award winning festival short "Anything Once" and a producer of "Cannibal: The Musical" for Trauma Films starring Trey Parker and Matt Stone (creators of South Park). Currently, John Frank is also a partner at Lighthouse Productions (producers of "Close Encounters of the Third Kind", "The Sting", and "Taxi Driver", among others). On behalf of Lighthouse, he helped develop "Imposter" for Miramax/Dimension Films and handled on-set production of "Mimic". Additionally, he continues to consult on the new "Doctor Who" series for the BBC, as well as producing several upcoming film and television productions.

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