Dennis Coleman has written, produced and directed countless hours of broadcast television. He has met and interviewed thousands of celebrities and Hollywood movers-and-shakers ranging from Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Tom Cruise and Will Smith to James Cameron, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg and Quentin Tarantino, as well as legends like Bob Hope, Rudy Vallee, Hal Roach and Lauren Bacall. He’s been on the sets of thousands of films and TV shows, including CLIFFHANGER, MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 3, NCIS, the LETHAL WEAPON films, EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND, STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, FRIENDS and THE X-FILES. He’s covered just about every award show: The Academy Awards, the Emmys, the Grammys, the Golden Globes; and more movie premieres than he can remember: THE MATRIX, TOY STORY, TITANIC, HARRY POTTER – the list is endless.
Dennis spent over ten years at "Entertainment Tonight" as a segment director. He was also supervising producer on the FX show DVD ON TV and post producer on the History Channel series SOLD. He co-produced the documentary "Women Who Made the Movies" with film historian Wheeler Dixon. He executive produced the short film "Iguana Love" which was featured at the San Diego Asian Film Festival and was bought by Creative Light Entertainment.
He’s written over a hundred articles on the entertainment industry for numerous websites including, My Fox, Entertainment Connection, EHow, Helium, AnswerBag and Demand Studios.
He was a segment producer and writer on the Sarah Purcell-hosted interview show "Public People Private Lives" and a freelance field producer on shows for MTV, VH1, A&E, ESPN and PBS. He started directing and writing the hit shows, "Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous," "Runaway with the Rich & Famous" and "Fame and Fortune & Romance."
Dennis got his start in the movie business reading scripts for Francis Coppola, Fred Roos during the day and managing a movie theatre at night.
He’s seen lots of movies. Almost as many as Leonard Maltin. But not quite.