Joseph P. Genier, also known as Joe Genier, is an American producer and production manager. He is a member of the Directors Guild of America and co-founded the Los Angeles-based television and film production, financing, and distribution company Capital Arts Entertainment.

He is best known for his work as a producer for the Madea series starring Tyler Perry. In MTV's supernatural television series Teen Wolf, Joseph initially worked as a unit production manager until he was finally promoted to executive producer between Season 2 and Season 3, working hand-in-hand with showrunner Jeff Davis.

Career Edit

Note: due to the extensive work Joseph Genier has done over his two decades in the film business, this filmography has been abridged. See external links below for the full list of television shows and movies he has produced.

Year Title Role
1994 Emmanuelle: First Contact Production Manager; Second Unit
1994 Terminal Voyage Assistant to Producer
1994 Reflections on a Crime Production Assistant
1995 Twisted Love Unit Production Manager
1995 Alien Terminator Key Grip
1997 Casper: A Spirited Beginning Unit Production Manager
1998 Richie Rich's Christmas Wish Unit Production Manager; Line Producer
1998 Addams Family Reunion Line Producer
1998 Casper Meets Wendy Line Producer
1999 Michael Jordan: An American Hero Line Producer
2003 Beethoven's 5th Line Producer
2004 The Prince and Me Associate Producer
2005 Tyler Perry's Diary of a Mad Black Woman Line Producer
2006 Akeelah and the Bee Unit Production Manager
2008 Tyler Perry's The Family That Preys Unit Production Manager; Project Manager; Co-Producer
2009 Tyler Perry's Madea Goes To Jail Unit Production Manager; Co-Producer
2011-2017 Teen Wolf Unit Production Manager, Executive Producer
2012 Tyler Perry's Good Deeds Unit Production Manager, Executive Producer

Trivia Edit

  • Joseph has a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications from Cornell University, an Ivy League college in Ithaca, New York.
  • He moved from Atlanta, Georgia to Los Angeles after Teen Wolf was given a tax break if they moved filming to California.
  • Joseph is the head of production at Capital Arts Entertainment and founded Push Worldwide, an off-shoot of Capital Arts which focuses on distribution of film and television products.

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