Teresa Thome is co-founder and Managing Partner of Fubble Entertainment. She and her partner, Patrick Ziegler launched an Emmy award winning web series (www.backstagedrama.com), produced an animated pilot with Joan Rivers and am currently developing a holiday movie, "The Santa Hat" and a sitcom, "I've Got A Life In Kalamazoo" with Ed Asner and Marion Ross.
Teresa has served as an Executive and Creative Producer for LaughFest's, a national comedy festival's annual fundraising event including "An Evening with Betty White", "Wayne Brady and Friends" and "aLive from Grand Rapids its Saturday Night featuring Alan Zweibel, Kevin Nealon and Martin Short" and "Gilda's Garage" with Jay Leno.
Prior to Fubble, she was President of Enthusiastic Productions and an Emmy-Award winning Executive Producer of the children’s television show, "Come On Over!" She was a producer for "Noodle & Doodle" for Sprout Television. While at EP! I raised nearly $2 million in capital investment and assisted in the formation of a partnership with Four Boys Entertainment.
Teresa lives and works in both Michigan and California.
Her one woman show "Warm Cheese" is available for booking.
Name: Teresa L. Thome
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Company: Fubble Entertainment
Occupation: Producer, Screenwriter and Theatre Director
Unique traits: Have raised significant capital to produce multiple projects. Produce for stage and small screen.
Television (Comedy) Producer, Director, Writer A guy from New Jersey witnesses a murder in the drug cartel and is placed in witness protection as a janitor in a small town community theater of Grand River Michigan.
Come on Over
Television (Family and Musical) Producer The show joins Joel and his wacky friends and neighbors in his backyard for a different adventure themed around an extraordinary (and sometimes surprisingly ordinary) activity that sends us away with a recharged imagination of our own.Themes can be as simple as what to do with a big box of tin foil, or as complex as taking control of the moods we feel. Joel and his friends explore these concepts completely without electronics, joysticks, or referees. "Come On Over!" magically blends the heart of "Mister Rogers Neighborhood" with the silliness of "Pee Wee's Playhouse" and the creativity of "Scrubs". It includes a world of music, animation and puppets. Written by Joel Schoon Tanis
Film (short) by Harper Philbin Actress A lonely old man turns off his TV and ventures out on a walk through the city in an attempt to reconnect with people.
Daytime Emmy Nomination