Andrew Hyatt Net Worth

Andrew Hyatt was born on August 19, 2019 in  Longmont, Colorado, United States, is Miscellaneous Crew, Writer, Director. Andrew Hyatt is the award winning writer/director of "Full of Grace", "The Last Light", and "The Frozen." Hyatt's passion is in the creation of content that is deeply personal, seeking to tell stories that delve deeper into the drama of the human condition. Exploring good and evil, truth and beauty. His film "Full of Grace" is the first film in history to focus on the final days of Mary of Nazareth. Released by Cinedigm in January of 2016, the film has been praised for its unique insight into the humanity of often generically portrayed Biblical figures and has been credited as paving the way towards a new genre of films termed "Sacred Art House". Hyatt has appeared in numerous national magazines, radio programs, and panels to discuss his approach on filmmaking. "Full of Grace" has been screened around the world and has received numerous awards and festival nominees, including best screenplay of 2016 by the Vatican's own film festival in Rome. It will release theatrically in Italy and Spain in 2017.Hyatt began his filmmaking career in a variety of executive and creative roles and has been involved in 17 produced feature films ranging in budget sizes from $150k to $150M along with numerous short form content and commercials. With Crystal Sky Pictures, Hyatt oversaw the development of several films including Neil Marshall's "Doomsday" and as head of development for Mpower Pictures, Hyatt was instrumental in the development and production of multiple films including "The Stoning of Soraya M." (winner of the People's Choice Award at the 2008 Toronto Film Festival and winner of best feature at the 2009 Los Angeles Film Festival).Hyatt has written projects for a number of high profile producers including Graham King (Argo, The Departed, The Aviator), Lorenzo Di Bonaventura (Transformers, GI Joe), Steve McEveety (Passion of the Christ, Braveheart) and XYZ Films (The Raid). He's also been a collaborator on creative material and crafted content for a variety of high profile individuals including adventurer Bear Grylls and Isaac Slade of The Fray.Hyatt is also the writer/director of "The Frozen", starring Brit Morgan (True Blood) and Noah Segan (Brick, Looper). The film was acquired by Arc Entertainment/ Ketchup Entertainment and was released in December 2012. Hyatt then went on to write/direct the mind bending psychological thriller, "The Last Light", starring Ed Quinn (Eureka), Jeff Fahey (Lawnmower Man, Machete) and Edward Furlong (Terminator 2, American History X). The film was the winner of the Best Thriller Feature at the 2013 Shriekfest Film Festival and was acquired and released by Gravitas Ventures in 2014.Hyatt is an alum of Loyola Marymount University. He is repped by Heroes and Villains Entertainment and Peter C. Sample at Jackoway Tyerman
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Miscellaneous Crew, Writer, Director
Birth Day August 19, 2019
Birth Place  Longmont, Colorado, United States
Birth Sign Virgo
Birth name Andrew Wyatt Blakemore
Origin New York City, U.S.
Genres Alternative rock electronica indie pop
Occupation(s) Musician songwriter record producer
Instruments Bass keyboard vocals
Years active 2003–present
Labels Downtown Columbia MapleMusic
Associated acts Charli XCX Miike Snow The A.M. Funkraphiliacs Mark Ronson Carl Barat A-Trak Bruno Mars Flume liv (band) Liam Gallagher

💰 Net worth: $800,000

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Wyatt grew up on Perry Street in Manhattan in the 1980s. At 18, he and musician Greg Kurstin formed the short-lived experimental pop band Funkraphiliacs, whereupon he was signed to Capitol Records as a solo Artist. He worked on the album in Bath, UK, at Peter Gabriel's Real World studios for about a year, with the Pet Shop Boys and Siouxsie Sioux Producer Stephen Hague, until chemical dependency and psychological issues forced him into hospitalization at New York's Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic. Surmising that a major label release with its incumbent pressures was not realistic, it was decided that a period of respite was needed. Wyatt moved to a small mountain town in Colorado for several years, and he briefly attended the University of Colorado.


After briefly studying at classical conservatory, he returned to New York City and shortly thereafter formed the group The A.M. with Michael Tighe and Parker Kindred, formerly of Jeff Buckley's band. The group released one album on Universal UK before disbanding in 2005.


Outside of his own band projects, Wyatt has worked extensively with other artists, writing and/or producing songs with Carl Barat, Mark Ronson, Tiggers, Dragons of Zynth, Coco Sumner, and many others. In 2011 he co-wrote "Grenade" with Bruno Mars. The song went to number one in several countries including the U.S, and earned a Grammy Nomination for Song of the Year. He has also in recent years begun doing sound installations for galleries and video art, and debuted Waves, a collaboration with Photographer / video Artist Sebastian Mlynarski, at The New Museum in New York. He co-created the music for the 2012 one-act ballet "Carbon Life" along with Mark Ronson and Wayne McGregor.


Wyatt released his debut solo album Descender on April 16, 2013 on INGRID/Downtown Records and the only live performance of the album to date was at Capitale in New York City on May 10, 2013 as part of the Downtown Festival. The album features the 75-piece Prague Philharmonic Orchestra with additional appearances by The Libertines' Anthony Rossomando, Spiritualized's Bassist Brad Truax, Amen Dunes' Damon McMahon, and Tortoise's John Herndon. A short documentary directed by Sebastian Mlynarski, entitled "The Making of Descender," was made in collaboration with The Creator's Project on March 19, 2013. In the documentary Wyatt discussed the challenges of completing the album in only a month, as that was the only time he had between Miike Snow tours and it gave a behind the scenes look at the recording process. The first single from the project, "And Septimus...", was made available for streaming on February 19, 2013 and a music video for the single that was filmed in Buenos Aires and directed by Sebastian Mlynarski, premiered on Rolling on May 7, 2013.


Late in 2014, he performed a duet, "Shake Your Hands," with Greek singer Monika on her album, Secret in the Dark (Archangel Music).


In May 2015, he collaborated with Flume on his track "Some Minds", featuring vocals and lyrics.