ric S. Rollman is the President and CEO of Los Angeles based Rollman Entertainment, Inc., where this Saban, Fox Family and Marvel veteran executive, Emmy winner, and multiple nominee leads an elite team of talented content creators. Rollman Entertainment houses a full-‐service production studio which when coupled with its strategic expertise, transforms world-‐class brands into multi-‐ faceted entertainment companies through the creation of original, cutting-‐edge content produced to engage and delight kids and families. Rollman currently has placed 7 series on-‐air in the US and has created and brought to market over 500 episodes of television and four films since 2010.
Rollman is currently the Supervising Producer on Skylanders Academy, a Netflix Original Series and the first project from Activision Blizzard Studios; Co-‐Creator & Executive Producer of the multiple nominee and 2016 Emmy-‐winner for Outstanding Children's Series Sea Rescue for ABC; and Co-‐Creator & Executive Producer of the multiple Emmy-‐nominated The Wildlife Docs for ABC. Amongst the many projects Rollman has most recently created and/or produced are the Emmy-‐ nominated NFL: Rush Zone for Nicktoons; the animated feature Madea’s Tough Love; Iesodo, a #1 ranked faith-‐based kids series; LBX: Little Battlers Experience for Nicktoons, and International Emmy-‐winner The Jungle Bunch airing on Sprout!.
Clients and partners include The NFL, Activision Blizzard Studios, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Dentsu, Capcom, Lionsgate, Jeffrey Vinokur (The Dancing Scientist), and Sean Danconia’s SupaPop Studios. An enviable slate of high profile animated, and live action projects are in development across a myriad of genres, giving a colorful portfolio to the burgeoning organization. Rollman Entertainment has recently secured development deals at both Nick Jr., and Discovery Networks.
Eric Rollman serves as the chief strategy officer for the Private Redemption Foundation and as an advisor to Timbuktu Labs. He began his career working for legendary producer Bob Banner on the TV series Star Search and holds a BA from Indiana University.