Thiago Oliveira

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Born
Thiago Torres de Oliveira

1984 (age 36–37)
Volta Redonda, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
NationalityBrazilian
CitizenshipBrazil
EducationHarvard University
OccupationFilm producer, Chief executive officer

Thiago Oliveira is an independent film producer and Senior Vice President Management and Creative affairs[1][2] of MoJo Global Arts,[3][4] a management, and production, and financing company founded by Morris Ruskin, CEO of Shoreline Entertainment, and filmmaker Jordan Walker-Pearlman.

Personal life

Oliveira has worked on over 40 media projects[5]including: Netflix feature films, an Amazon TV series, music videos, commercials, and AAA video game titles. Previously, Oliveira was the CEO of a retail and real estate investment company. He holds a degree in Economics and Film/TV from Harvard University.[6]

Partial filmography

  • Saved_by_the_Bell_(2020_TV_series)
  • Habit (upcoming film)
  • Zoo Tycoon 2
  • Rise and Fall: Civilizations at War

References

  1. "Issue 188 | September 2020". Harvardwood (188). HIGHLIGHTS Magazine. September 2020. Retrieved 2 September 2020.
  2. "Production And Management Company | MoJo | United States". Mojo. Retrieved 2020-07-20.
  3. McNary, Dave (14 May 2019). "Film News Roundup: Shania Twain, Britt Robertson Join Faith-Based 'I Still Believe'". Variety.
  4. Hopewell, John (9 September 2019). "MoJo Global Arts, 2btube, Touche, Strike Strategic Alliance (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety.
  5. "Thiago Oliveira". IMDb.
  6. "Where will you be living next year? Los Angeles,..." HarvardOCS. Retrieved 2020-07-20.

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