Electric Entertainment

Marc Roskin

Marc Roskin

FOUNDING PARTNER

As a founding partner of Electric Entertainment, Marc Roskin has been a driving force behind the company's award winning television and feature film production. Since opening Electric's doors with Dean Devlin in 2001, Marc has developed and produced each of the company's features including critically acclaimed Who Killed the Electric Car?, Flyboys and Cellular.
 
In Electric's television division, Marc helped create and executive produce 2004's highest rated cable movie, The Librarian: Quest for the Spear, as well as its two sequels and the spin-off television series, The Librarians. Marc executive produces and directs the series, which is now in its third season. He was at the helm of TNT's People's Choice Award-winning series Leverage, for which he executive produced and directed more than 20 episodes. In addition, he has executive produced Syfy's six hour miniseries The Triangle, TNT's micro series Blank Slate and independently directed episodes of Covert Affairs, Burn Notice, Common Law, Dallas, The Glades, Killer Women, Graceland and Sleepy Hollow.
 
Currently, Roskin is in post-production after directing second unit on Dean Devlin's feature directorial debut, Geostorm, the Warner Brothers epic disaster movie starring Gerard Butler. The film is being is being produced by Roskin along with Dean Devlin and Rachel Olschan of Electric Entertainment and David Ellison and Dana Goldberg of Skydance Pictures. He is also in post-production as an executive producer and as one of the directors for the third season of The Librarians adventure series for TNT.
 
Prior to founding Electric Entertainment, Roskin was senior vice president at Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin's production company, Centropolis Entertainment. There, he was instrumental in the development and production of films such as Godzilla, The Patriot, Eight Legged Freaks and The Thirteenth Floor.