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Joel Andryc is a Los Angles based executive producer with decades of programming and production experience. His current indi development slate includes a variety of passion projects with an emphasis on kids, family and music. He also serves as an exclusive media advisor to the Saban Capital Group, Haim Saban’s private equity firm specializing in investments in the entertainment and communications industries.
From 2004 through 2019, Andryc served as a Managing Director at Saban Capital Group (SCG). Key investment oversight at SCG included: Saban Brands (Power Rangers, Paul Frank), Saban Music (distributed by Capitol Records), ProSiebenSat.1 (Germany’s number one commercial broadcasting group) and Univision Communications (America’s top-rated Spanish language broadcast network). During his tenure at SCG, Andryc also served as a co-producer on The Power Rangers television series airing on Nickelodeon and was the Executive Producer on the 2017 Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers Feature distributed by Lionsgate. In addition to these duties, Andryc identified and managed a variety of other strategic investments in the new media, entertainment and music sectors. Prior to joining SCG, Andryc served as the Executive Vice President of Programming at FOX/ABC Family Channel (Freeform). Before joining Fox Family, Andryc served as the key development executive at Saban Entertainment where he was instrumental in propelling the production company’s rapid growth and expansion into first run syndication and children’s programming. Andryc produced, developed and created many Saturday morning kid series including NBC’s Camp Candy, starring John Candy. Andryc’s earlier career stints included a variety of production & development positions at Chuck Barris Productions, Goodson-Todman Productions, Viacom Enterprises, and Columbia Pictures TV.
Andryc currently sits on two board seats; The Beverly Hills Performing Arts Center and on the non-profit, Ignatians West. Andryc has recently become active in Broadway theatre, investing in shows which include Be More Chill, Moulin Rouge and Jagged Little Pill.