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Line Producer, UPM, Producer

Roy Koriakin

Roy Koriakin a professional Line Producer, Production Manager, Producer with 20 years in the

industry. He has worked on over 35 Feature films, and over 100 National

Commercials, and just under 100 National TV & Reality TV Show episodes. He has

worked on many featured films, TV shows (including CBS’s “The Amazing Race”,

MTV’s “Viva la Bam”, ESPN, FS-1, Tubi), music videos (including Mötley Crüe

and Papa Roach) and commercials for major brands (including Walmart, CVS,

Apple, EA Sports, and Holiday Inn).


In 2022, Roy Production Managed the finale episode of  multi Emmy award winning CBS show “The Amazing Race” in Philadelphia, PA. He spent two months acquiring, training, and supervising over 100 local hires.


2022 he also line-produced and produced a million dollar film kids

film, “Sparkle”, a Unicorn Tale” which will be distributed by Lions Gate in



Also in 2022, Roy line-produced and produced a $1,000,000 feature film  “A Party

To Die For”, for the Sony company MarVista, which was released as a Tubi

Original. Featuring Kara Royster (Supernatural) and Jonetta Kaiser (Vampire Academy).


He also production-managed a five day action film/promotional video for the Philadelphia Phillies called “Phanatic Saves the 4th”.


In 2021/22, Roy line-produced and produced a $5,000,000 horror/thriller feature
film for the studio Better Noise Films called “Retaliators” starring Marc Menchaca
(Ozark), Michael Lombardi (Rescue Me), and Joe Gatt (Game of Thrones) which
played in over 1200 theaters. The film also featured rock artists “5 Finger
Death Punch”, Tommy Lee (Mötley Crüe), Popa Roach, The Hu, and more. Also in

2021, Roy production-managed a $1,000,000 five shoot day commercial “Connections”; for
CVS for the Ad Agency “MOD”

Also, in 2021 he Production Managed a multi-day Walmart/Pattie LeBalle union commercial for the Ad Agency “Wondros”.


In 2020, he production-managed a promotional video for Apple Music for the
featured artist “Tierra Whack”; called “Up Next” for the production company
Happy Place.

He also production-managed a promotion  $1,000,000 TV ad for ESPN and
Holiday Inn Express called “The Readiest Breakfast Challenge” for the NYC Ad Agency “The Vault”.

In 2020-2021, Roy production-managed 8 music videos for the music label “Better
Noise Music” for the bands Mötley Crüe, The Hu, Papa Roach, Five Finger Death
Punch, Bad Wolves, Cory Marks, Eva Under Fire, Ice Nine Kills, and Escape theFate. His video “Wolf Totem” by The Hu feat. Papa Roach has over 45,000,000
views on YouTube.


In 2019, Koriakin Line produced six days of the Philadelphia unit shoots of the
$3.5 million dollar feature “Brothers By Blood” based on Pete Dexter’s best
selling novel, “Brotherly Love” starring Matthias Schoenaerts , Garrett
Hedlund, Joel Kinnaman, Ryan Phillippe, and Paul Schneider.

Also in 2019, Koriakin Line-Produced, Two seasons or  30 ($300,000) TV Episodes of the first  produced USA National Cooking Show, “Kawan Kitchen Mate” for the Indian channel “STAR”.

In 2018, Roy Koriakin Line Produced 4 twenty-two minutes TV Episodes of the Esports

“Athletes Rising” shows that aired nationally on the FS-1 Channel.


In 2015, a feature film that Roy line-produced called “Voiceless” was released in

over 147 Theaters nationwide in 2017 and grossed more than three million dollars

across all media markets.


Also in 2017, he production-managed two music videos for Warner Brothers, three Flyers Commercials, one Flyers Hype Video, and one video game commercial for EA Sports, multiple industrial videos, two TV Pilots, three shorts, and one Feature Film.


Roy’s first major production was from 2004-06 with the MTV hit show “Viva La

Bam” featuring the team from the Jackass’s franchise in which he eventually became a story-producer on over 50 episodes.


This led to Roy’s own produced feature film in 2008 called “Living Will” featuring Jackass’s Bam Margera and Ryan Dunn which was bought by Lion’s Gate.


For a full list of Roy Koriakin’s movies, please visit his IMDB at

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