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John Roach is the Founder and Chief of Creative Strategy at Roach, a full service video production and post-production house with more than 30 years of experience working with some of America’s best-known brands. Whether it’s an explainer or a social media video (or anything in between), John’s team approaches their client work with pride, style, emotion and a sense of humor. You need to check out these awesome client videos on Roach’s website.
Mike and John cover a ton of great stuff in this episode like his high school journey from star football player to actor, his decision to not act during college but play in bands, his experience as a segment producer hosting the biggest hitters including Sylvester Stallone during his Rocky 2 movie tour, why he decided to never ask anyone for an autograph, how he won a Chicago Emmy award, the mentors and path that lead him to screenwriting feature films including The Straight Story directed by David Lynch, which was nominated by the Academy Awards for Best Actor, and much more.
And now here’s John Roach.
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