In this episode, we explore the incredible entrepreneurial journey of Houston Curtis. Houston is the creator of The Billion Dollar Hollywood Heist, Kardsharp Media and other multi-million dollar entertainment brands.
Discover how he has achieved this massive success and what are his strategies for business growth.
About Houston Curtis:
Houston Curtis has some great stories of life as a Former MTV network executive and Creator of multi-million-dollar entertainment brands. He has been called a “Visionary” and “trail-blazer” by his peers. Houston brings with him over 20 years of success and experience as a Producer, EP, Show-runner, Direct Marketing expert, independent Label President, writer, speaker, and entertainment consultant. He has built multi-million dollar after multi-million dollar business all in the entertainment space.
One of Houstons stories was about how he had created backyard wrestling, pre youtube. And how he had to get people to mail him VHS tapes of the crazy backyard stunts. MTV even deemed these too much for TV. Looking back now he says he would have put all his content on Youtube as soon as it launched. Then, he would wait for a revenue model to be created.
Houston Curtis’s Founder and CEO positions have included start-ups Backyard Wrestling Inc., Xtreme Entertainment Group, Big Vision Entertainment and Legend Group Studios. Collectively, these companies have grossed $100M+ from exploitation of all content rights since their 1999, 2001, 2003 and 2014 inception.
Houston has created and executive produced shows, films and a variety of television programming for FOX, MTV, CBS, A&E, GSN, G4, DirecTV, Warner Brothers, Sony Studios, and Twentieth Television among others.
Most notable Houston co-founded of the largest private poker game in Hollywood history along side actor Tobey Maguire. As they engineer behind the events that inspired the book and film Molly’s Game, Curtis new book Billion Dollar Hollywood Heist, tells the true rise and fall story of this now legendary poker game, and how when it all came crashing down, Curtis crashed hardest.