President&Creator, Insight Media
Billy Samoa Saleebey is work includes the short films Bathroom Boy, Brain Power, and Let Go, all of which received critical acclaim. Began working for Celestial Entertainment, the company responsible for the first-ever Chinese/USA co-production entitled Restless. He worked on historical documentaries to be aired on the History Channel. He gained global experience while working for London International Television as an Associate Producer where he was responsible for internationally broadcast programming that aired in forty countries to more than eighty million viewers. He was responsible for creating content and overseeing the production teams while at LITV.
He began working at CBS Television in Hollywood on the award-winning daytime shows The Young & the Restless and The Bold & the Beautiful. From there he moved onto the KCET Lot where he worked for Gil Cates, producer of the Academy Awards. It was here that he worked on the feature film Collected Stories, the adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Donald Margulies. He followed this up by working on Calendar Girls. The British box-office hit was directed by Nigel Cole. He was allowed to produce his first feature-length film, Perfectly Still by Mark Linhart.
Finally, by the fall of 2003. He relocated to New York where he began writing his first feature, Rolling, which was shot in 2005 and completed in 2006. He is currently in development on his next feature to be shot in 2007.
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