BusyBoy Productions is your source for award-winning video production services. In the last four years, BusyBoy has won six Telly Awards and recently were awarded “Best Documentary” at The New York International Film Festival as well as twenty six other national awards for our work. BusyBoy was formed in 1997 and still going strong.
We specialize in content creation,and providing video, television, film, broadcast commercial and music video production services. Our in house production crews come fully equipped with extensive production packages in HD and 4K, to take your production from start to finish.
Our credits span the globe – including Discovery, Animal Planet, FOX, TNT, ABC, McDonalds, ReMax and working with musical acts like Anita Baker, Donna Summer, Kenny Rogers, Maroon 5, Counting Crows and Ringo Starr.
Jack Paar, the Executive Producer for BusyBoy Productions, has been in the entertainment business since 1967. He started as a child actor when he was three months old in a television series produced by Aaron Spelling, “The Guns of Will Sonnet”. As a child actor he worked in several big feature films, TV commercials, and television shows such as “Oh God “, “Baretta”, “Emergency”, “Kojak”, “Rockford Files”. At the age of five he became a member of the Screen Actors Guild.
Jack later moved to the production side of the business working on major feature films such as Blade, The Mummy, Scorpion King and television shows like the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers on FOX television. He also had the opportunity to collaborate with world class music acts such as; Ringo Starr, Anita Baker, Donna Summer, The Counting Crows, Maroon 5, Slash, Grand Funk Railroad, Willie Nelson, and Edgar Winter.
Following his success, Jack formed BusyBoy Productions. He has expanded his scope to include reality television, advertising, distribution, artist development, and music production. In the last four years he has been involved in television production projects for Discovery Channel, A&E, Animal Planet, VH1, where he has been producing several reality TV show concepts.