Heather Parry began her professional life with MTV with whom she worked for several years. In the early years of the 2000s, she became a head producer for Adam Sandler’s Happy Gilmore Productions. For the past several years she has served as the founder and head of Live Nation’s film and television division, Live Nation Productions. It is the perfect fit for her because it specializes in music-related projects, a subject with which she has had years of experience. There she has produced a string of music-related documentaries and scripted films and TV shows.
Her first project with them was a concert feature film starring Justin Timberlake and the Tennessee Kids. Her first documentary was of the Eagles of Death Metal band. She knew its director, Colin Hanks, well and became involved through him. One of her most recent was a documentary for Netflix about Lady Gaga. Up till now, all of her projects have been relatively lower budget (under $5 million). She has recently started going after big-budget projects, producing the recent hit movie “A Star is Born” with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga and also producing the scripted comedy “The After Party.”
However, she has not stopped working on smaller budget projects. One she is working on now is a documentary about pop singer Noah Cyrus. Parry is most proud of the fact that she is not afraid to tackle very controversial subjects. She is even prouder of the fact that Live Nations has given her complete freedom to do such projects.