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Tony Malzone is an Arts & Entertainment Producer, Owner. He is a producer/manager of films, shows, and talent and is an owner of fine arts and brands. He is also a distinguished national service alumnus of the AmeriCorps, and still routinely serves the world in various other policy and humanitarian practices. Tony says, "A human is the greatest art form, and the human experience is the greatest story." Tony's work amplifies the beauty in the human art form, and enhances the experience of our story.

Although his grandfather worked in television his whole life, Tony credits his long-time friend, Jay Soni, with introducing him to the creative world. As they moved into their professional lives, Tony began managing Jay's artistic career. During this time, Tony also explored smaller creative-focused jobs like marketing, and over time fell in love with talented people, the stories they create, and the moments they make. This passion reconnected him in his grandfather's footsteps and led him in his early twenties to work on the development of a mini-documentary series with talks to launch with a large media corporation. This project ultimately did not come to fruition, but it got his foot in the right door, and it was then that he scored his first traditional production job producing on set for women's luxury fashion photography and fine jewelry. There he had the privilege of working with ultra-high-end pieces at the haute couture level, as well as a number of celebrity partners such as; The Kardashian Family, Selena Gomez, Kelly Clarkson, and more. As time went on, he became associated with many other projects in arts & entertainment. Today, Tony’s love for talent, story, and the world is prevalent in everything that he does. He's honored to have had the privilege of working with some of the greatest talents of today, and he looks forward to continuing to produce extraordinary creative stories, and those, "You just had to be there moments."

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Tony is responsible for the production and ownership rights of
films, television, and other forms of arts and entertainment.


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