Peter Anthony Andrews

Mr. Andrews is one of the most storied executives in the history of the film and television industry having served as Vice President of Prime Time Programming at NBC, Senior Vice President of Columbia Pictures and Executive Vice President of MGM Studios. Mr. Andrews joined Table 21 Films in early 2011 and has been an integral part of the development and expansion of Table 21 Films current slate of films.

Mr. Andrews’ career began with Harry Belafonte Enterprises as a writer/producer. He was later hired by NBC and became the Vice President of NBC Entertainment. During his seven-year tenure, he developed programming that resulted in numerous Emmy Award winning hits and some of the network’s most memorable shows including "Little House on The Prairie", "Columbo", "Quincy", "Chips", "Police Woman", and “Emergency”. 

His success continued during his tenures at Columbia Pictures and MGM, where he was responsible for overseeing all network television production and distribution. Mr. Andrews also served as Production Consultant on the Civil War epic, “Glory”, starring Denzel Washington, Matthew Broderick, and Morgan Freeman. 

Mr. Andrews is the founder and former director of the Warner Brothers Women and Minority Writers Workshop, the longest running and most successful workshop for writers in Hollywood history. He has been an Adjunct Professor of Drama at Yale University and the University of Southern California and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University and the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. He was educated at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton school of business and Yale Drama school. 

Mr. Andrews has over 40 years of experience in the theatre, television and motion picture industries. He has represented several major clients in finance, distribution, marketing and packaging content for global exploitation in all markets and media. Mr. Andrews’ outstanding managerial skills and creative vision has been demonstrated in many areas of performing and cultural arts presentation.  

Currently Mr. Andrews is the CEO of Marina Development Group (MDG) and International Sports Entertainment Enterprises (ISEE.) It is Mr. Andrews’ creative vision that drives MDG to deliver affordable family entertainment in sports and entertainment venues developed and to be built in mid-level markets throughout the United States. The mission of ISEE is to develop a multi media division that complements his marketing and real estate holding company by providing global programming and branding focused on quality presentation and delivery.