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The Team

Who We Are


Penny Perry

President, Partner, Talent & Development

Ms. Perry is responsible for overseeing development and negotiating and packaging projects with talent and directors. Her duties include budgeting above-the-line costs and building and maintaining relations with industry peers, including agents, managers, attorneys, studio executives, and talent.

Penny Perry has an extensive background in the entertainment industry; with over 25 years as a casting director, and casting over one hundred movies. She is considered one of Hollywood’s top “A-list” casting directors, and has been nominated for many awards. Penny is a member of both the Motion Picture Academy and the Television Academy, and has been active in Women in Film and the Independent Feature Project West for Independent Filmmakers. She has also held many high-profile executive positions, such as Vice President of Talent for Sony/Columbia Pictures, Vice President of Talent for HBO, and Senior Vice President of Talent in Original Programming for Hallmark Channel.

Her years in the Entertainment Industry have enabled her to establish strong relationships with the top agents and managers in the entertainment industry, including Eddy Yablans CAA, Jacob Fenton UTA, Kevin Huvane CAA, Scott Henderson WME, just to name a few. Penny Perry has consistently discovered many talented people, including Michele Pfeiffer, Cuba Gooding Jr., Heather Graham, Daryl Hannah, Dennis Quaid, Robin Wright Penn and Mila Jovovitch.

Some of her most noted movies are "Cocoon", "Ordinary People", "Midnight Express", “Young Guns”, “The Jerk” and “Time Cop”. Ms. Perry has been packaging talent and producing projects for the last five years. Ms. Perry produced “Hollywood Sign" with Tom Berenger, Burt Reynolds and Rod Steiger.

Eugene Davis

Partner, Acquisitions & Production

Eugene Davis is an established actor and accomplished producer with more than 25 years entertainment industry. He started his acting career on stage in New York and attended the Neighborhood Playhouse, where he studied under Sandy Meisner. He has performed on stage in numerous productions with actors such as Richard Gere and Robert Duvall, and has held starring roles in plays including “Dymeter’s Lost Daughters”. In addition, Mr. Davis starred in Roger Vadim’s feature film, "Night Games", "Ten to Midnight" with Charles Bronson and "Crusing" with William Friedkin. 

Mr. Davis’ experiences as an actor have proven to be invaluable in managing talent as a producer, and lend to his exceptional ability to match an actor to a project. Together with Ms. Perry, Mr. Davis formed Rocking Horse Productions with the purpose of finding character-driven projects.


Zachariah Davis

VP of Development

Zachariah Gabriel Davis is a testament to the power of passion and dedication in the entertainment industry. With a keen eye for storytelling and a relentless drive for excellence, Zachariah has made significant contributions to influential platforms in his field.

His academic journey began at Duke University, where he earned a B.A. in English and Global Cultural Studies in 2012. This foundation laid the groundwork for advanced studies at the University of Southern California, where he earned an M.A. in Cinema & Media Studies in 2016. At USC, he delved deep into the cinematic arts, exploring the intricate relationship between media and culture.

Since March 2018, Zachariah has been a pivotal figure at FX Networks in Los Angeles. As an Assistant to Senior Vice Presidents Colette Wilson and JJ Klein in the Current Series department, he has played an essential role in shaping the network's programming. His responsibilities include creating comprehensive reports, providing script coverage, and coordinating development materials across multiple departments. His attention to detail and ability to manage complex logistics have made him invaluable.

Before his tenure at FX Networks, Zachariah made significant strides at Paradigm Talent Agency, where he served as an Assistant to Mark Ross in the MP and TV Literary Department from 2016 to 2018. There, he provided detailed script coverage, tracked submissions, and conducted in-depth research on intellectual properties. His organizational skills and understanding of the literary world were exceptional.

Zachariah's diverse experience extends to event coordination and archival management. At The Cinefamily Cinematheque, he designed and built set pieces for events and managed donations and supplies. At the USC Cinematic Arts Library, he assisted in acquiring new media and supporting educators and researchers with archival materials.

His passion for literature is evident from his work as a Manuscript Reader and Editor for author Susan Wyler. He provided in-depth analysis and feedback on various literary formats, collaborating closely with the author to create cohesive collections. His dedication to education is reflected in his teaching roles at USC and Duke University, where he inspired students in Cinema & Media Studies and Global Cultural Studies.

Throughout his career, Zachariah has shown an unwavering commitment to the arts and an extraordinary ability to navigate the entertainment industry's complexities. His expertise, from script coverage to event management and teaching, underscores his versatility and dedication. As he continues to forge new paths and inspire those around him, Zachariah Gabriel Davis remains a true visionary in his field.

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