Andy Geisel

Andy Geisel

Nord Lys Entertainment
Post-Production Supervisor, Screenwriter and Producer

Reno, Nevada

Member Since:
April 2015
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About Andy

Having started my career in film and TV in Orlando, FL, in the late '80s and early '90s as a PA, I worked in location sound and in the locations department before moving into Post Production, where I worked as a PA, coordinator, supervisor and Associate Producer. I later moved to LA in the late '90s, and have delivered hundreds of hours of TV content (and the occasional movie) to all the major broadcast and cable networks. During that time, I also ventured into writing and have written TV treatments and pilots, some of which have been considered for development. I've also ventured into writing for the big screen, and especially enjoy biopics, telling interesting stories about the lives of real people who made a difference in the world. I'm currently working on scripts, but remain an active member in the Producers Guild of America. As a news and feature stories writer, I'm also an active member of the Outdoor Writers Association of California.


  • The Ultimate Fighter

    The Ultimate Fighter (2005)
    Television (Action, Reality-TV and Sport) Production manager The Ultimate Fighter is a reality TV show where 16 contestants live together and battle each other for a pair of Ultimate Fighting Championship contracts. The UFC is divided into five weight classes, Heavyweights, Light Heavyweights, Middleweights, Welterweights and Lightweights. In the first season of The Ultimate Fighter, there are 8 Light Heavyweights and 8 Middleweights, with four of each trained by two legendary UFC competitors Randy Couture and Chuck Liddell. Willa Ford hosts the reality challenge segments that help determine who fights who to stay in the competition. Written by Daniel McKay

  • Southern Steel

    Southern Steel (2004)
    Television (Comedy and Documentary) Production manager It's a laugh a minute as the three master builders from Milwaukee Iron create extraordinary custom motorcycles. Based in Lynchburg, Virginia, this series from the creators of American Chopper and American Hot Rod takes the reality motorcycle genre to a new level. Written by Karen Bolt

  • Ghost Hunters

    Ghost Hunters (2004)
    Television (Documentary) Production manager This one-hour weekly docu-soap from the creator/executive producer of "American Chopper" follows a group of real-life paranormal researchers as they investigate haunted houses throughout the country, encountering every type of imaginable haunting. Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, plumbers by trade, head up TAPS -- The Atlantic Paranormal Society -- a group of ordinary, everyday people with an interest in getting to the bottom of your otherworldly disturbances. Written by -- SCI FI Channel, submitted by Senior Editor, SCIFI.COM

  • Intimate Portrait

    Intimate Portrait (2004)
    Television (Documentary and Biography) Production manager Find out more about the women you love and admire who have made their mark in movies, music, politics, sports and more in these "Intimate Portraits."

  • American Chopper: The Series

    American Chopper: The Series (2003)
    Television (Comedy, Reality-TV and Sport) Production manager Documentary series about the goings-on behind the scenes at Orange County Choppers, a custom motorcycle fabrication company located in Montgomery, New York. The series is also a study of the interplay between the Teutels, Paul Sr. and Jr., and the stress that both experience when creating motorcycles as works of art. Written by Dean Basler (DeanBear) <>

  • La cenicienta

    La cenicienta (2003)
    Television (Reality-TV) Production manager Add a Plot »

  • Mix It Up

    Mix It Up (2003)
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  • Pyramid

    Pyramid (2002)
    Television (Game-Show) Production manager More than a decade after its last run ended, "Pyramid" saw new life as a syndicated entry hosted by one-time teen heartthrob Donny Osmond. The basic premise was identical to the 1973 classic word association game: Two teams of two (a contestant and a celebrity partner) each try to convey words and/or phrases in any one of six categories. This time, they had just 20 seconds to guess six words correctly. As before the cluegiver could do anything short of saying the word itself to get his/her partner to say the word; the word can be passed on (and scored if they thought of it later), but if the cluegiver blurts out the essence of the word, the word is thrown out and the contestant can't score on it. One of the categories hid a "Super Six" card, which gave the contestant a bonus prize if all six words were guessed. Three go-arounds were played (the celebrity giving the clues the first time, the contestant the next time through and a choice of cluegivers in the final round). The contestant... Written by Brian Rathjen <>

  • Celebrity Boxing 2

    Celebrity Boxing 2 (2002)
    Television (Sport) Production manager More one-time celebrities step into the boxing ring; Olga Korbut vs. Darva Conger; William 'The Refrigerator' Perry vs. Manute Bol; Horshack vs. Screech; and in the main event, Joey Buttafuoco vs. Joanie Laurer.

  • Celebrity Boxing

    Celebrity Boxing (2002)
    Television (Comedy and Sport) Production manager Six of America's most controversial celebrities will get in the boxing ring and fight against each other in three groups of three rounds.

  • The Chamber

    The Chamber (2002)
    Television (Family and Game-Show) Production manager "The Chamber" was on the very short list of game shows where contestants endured intense torture and cruelty to win large cash prizes. Two contestants competed on this short-lived offering from Fox. Host Schwartz posed a question with multiple answers; the player that can give one more correct answer after their opponent offers a wrong guess, or gives the last correct remaining answer scores one point. Two correct answers sends the "lucky" sap ... er, winner off to the Chamber. There, the contestant is strapped in and hooked to heart rate and blood pressure monitors. A series of seven levels are played, each lasting one minute. The Chamber fluctuates constantly between Hot (surrounded by flames) and Cold (ice-cold water squirted at the contestant) modes; the Chamber also rotates, sometimes at varying speeds; other distractions (such as wind gusts and tacks showered on the contestant) are added as the game progresses. While all of this is going on, host Schwartz poses general-knowledge... Written by Brian Rathjen <>

  • Total Zoo

    Total Zoo (2000)
    Television (Family) Production manager Add a Plot »

  • Wild on the Set

    Wild on the Set (2000)
    Television (Family) Production manager Add a Plot »

  • Beyond Chance

    Beyond Chance (1999)
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  • The Mr. Potato Head Show

    The Mr. Potato Head Show (1998)
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  • Thunder in Paradise

    Thunder in Paradise (1994)
    Television (Adventure) Editorial department Randolph Spencer and Martin Brubaker were ex-Navy SEALS-turned-mercenaries who hired themselves out as soldiers of fortune for a very high fee. On their missions, Spence and Bru relied heavily on Thunder, which was a souped-up, gadget-ridden speedboat originally built by Spence for the U.S. Government Written by Marty McKee <>

  • The All New Mickey Mouse Club

    The All New Mickey Mouse Club (1989)
    Television (Family and Music) Editorial department Mickey Mouse and his pals have a house in which they show various classic Disney cartoons.

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