EXCLUSIVE Valhalla Q&A with “The Walking Dead” Co-Executive Producer Denise Huth

EXCLUSIVE Valhalla Q&A with “The Walking Dead” Co-Executive Producer Denise Huth

After a successful rise from Roger Corman’s executive assistant to head of marketing, Gale Anne Hurd’s production career took off when she produced and co-wrote The Terminator. This success was quickly followed by the Oscar®-winning films Aliens,The Abyss and Terminator 2: Judgment Day.  It was an exciting beginning to an incredible career and now we want to help you get your start!

So, today, we are launching a Q&A series.

Check back here every Friday for a new, exclusive video Q&A with Gale Anne Hurd or other writers, directors, creatives and industry professionals.

So far, we’re asking the questions, but soon we’ll reach out to you to find out what you want to know.

Check out the first Q&A, with “‘The Walking Dead” Co-Executive Producer, Denise Huth.

Denise Huth is Co-Executive Producer of “The Walking Dead.”  Huth previously served as vice president of production at Frank Darabont’s Darkwoods Productions where she co-produced Darabont’s film Stephen King’s The Mist.  She began her career at Scott Free Productions, the film and television company of Ridley and Tony Scott where she worked on such films as White Squall, GI Jane and Clay Pigeons.  Huth then shifted gears into physical production and served on location as financial liaison and accountant for the production of Where the Money Is, starring Paul Newman.  In 1999, Huth joined Darkwoods Productions, where she worked closely with Darabont on the post production, marketing and release of The Green Mile.  She subsequently worked on The Majestic, the NBC pilot “Raines,” and the Special Edition DVD releases of The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile.  Huth hails from Denver, CO and earned her B.A. at Pepperdine University.