Gregory Anderson is a partner in Tri Destined Films with ND Brown and Trey Haley along with VP of Production and Development Veronica Nichols.
During summer studies under David Wheeler of the American Repertory Theater and Susan Steinberg at Harvard University, Gregory wrote the script for the movie “Stomp the Yard” which ranked #1 for two weeks in a row and grossed over 100 million dollars in overall markets, including ancillary with only a 13-million dollar budget. As of 2020, Gregory is a Producer on the TV Series Carl Weber’s “The Family Business” which is currently in production on Season 2. The series’ first season was listed in the Top 10 Cable TV shows in Viewership Live +3.
In the international marketplace, Gregory is a Writer and Producer on the film “Wild for the Night” (“48 Hours to Live”). Gregory’s recent foreign TV works include “Qu’est-il arrivé à ma fille?” (“A Mother’s Sacrifice”) which aired on French Network TF1, the most popular network in France. In the Spring of 2020, Netflix premiered “Always A Bridesmaid” and BET+ premiered Carl Weber’s “Influence”, each of which Gregory is a producer.
In between Summers at Harvard, Gregory independently produced and theatrically distributed a film with his Florida A&M University classmates: called “Trois”, which landed at the #34 spot of the Top 500 Film Distributors of that year listed by the Hollywood Reporter and resulted in the picture being in the Top 50 highest-grossing Independent Films of that Year according to Daily Variety. Soon after that release, Gregory wrote, Co-Produced, and distributed “Pandora’s Box”, also highlighted in Variety and Hollywood Reporter’s Top Lists, and picked up by Columbia Tristar
Gregory received the Role Model Award from the National Baptist Convention. He also mentored at Nissan’s North America Student Government Leadership Program, guest-lectured at MIT, and traveled to Turkey as part of the International Interfaith Dialogue for peaceful communication across cultural and religious lines. He received the Distinguished Alumni of the Quasquesentential at his HBCU alma mater Florida A&M University.