FRED JUNG, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
Is a television executive with 25 years of experience in the entertainment industry. Fred launched his media career in the reality programming division of Fox Television, producing numerous, high-rated series including Busted on the Job and World's Meanest People. As an innovator of the reality genre, Fred developed and produced the successful TLC series, Private Eye: True Stories of the Hidden Camera. His other early productions include X.W.F: In Your Face, and the made-for-TV-movie, Mind Over Murder for CBS. In 2007, Fred received the Accolade Award as Lead Producer of the 47th L.A. County Holiday Celebration for PBS, broadcast live from The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Fred has consulted as a media expert for the Gerson Lehrman Group Media Council in New York, and received industry acclaim for his creation and hosting of the Boot Camp and Green Light Lounge programs for N.A.T.P.E. In 2013, Fred launched his production company, Jung Guns Entertainment, creating and developing several reality projects including American Machine Masters – The Fact Finders – and Good Ol' Boys Take on the World. In 2020, Fred began developing crime-themed projects investigating the rampant murders of Indigenous women and children in North America. With exclusive access to tribal leaders, and trust established with Indigenous communities, Fred created Children Erased, a series investigating the suspicious deaths of over a thousand Indigenous children ripped from their families by religious and government agencies. His Indigenous projects also include, Who Killed Britney Tiger, exposing the suspected killers of a beautiful Indigenous woman, and, Women Erased, revealing the massive scope of deadly crimes against Indigenous women and children. As the founding member of the non-profit 501c, Women Erased Foundation created to raise awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous women and children in the U.S. and Canada, Fred's charitable contributions include raising thousands of dollars for the Navajo Nation Food Bank. Backed by a creative team of award-winning professionals, and partnered with top media companies including Original Productions and Brian Graden Media, Fred's active projects include The Diamond Detectives, starring two, female P.I.s tracking new leads in the world’s biggest diamond heists, Post Mortem Mystery, examining suspenseful crime in the case files of a prominent Forensic Pathologist who has performed over 6,000 autopsies, and two, sports reality series Breakthrough 702, and Tales from the Road featuring the Legends of professional wrestling.
MARK STOUFFER, Writer, Director & Producer
Winner of 2 Emmy Awards (including Outstanding Achievement in Directing), 9 Emmy Award Nominations, a Directors Guild of America - Best Director Nomination, and over 75 international awards. Mark’s productions include 7 feature motion pictures, 18 network specials, 120 episodes of series television, and 12 direct-to-video hits that generated over $57 million in sales. He then created and produced the Warner Bros./Morgan Creek Productions major motion picture, Wild America (1997), based on his own true-life adventure story, touting teen stars Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Devon Sawa as the wild Stouffer brothers. Based in Santa Barbara, California, Mark holds a Master's Degree in Cinematography, and is a member of the Director's Guild of America.
In 2014, Casey Stouffer was Co-Producer and Editor of "Apollo F-1 Expedition" for Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos. In 2015, Casey was Producer of the series pilot, "Sabrage Moments," and Director of Photography on the music-video, "Over My Head," starring Jade Hendrix on vocals and guitar. Casey's credits as Director, Producer, Cinematographer and Editor include the 2012 comedy-short "Go-Go Fever," an Official Selection of the Santa Barbara Int'l Film Festival, and the thriller-horror short, "Nocturnal." Casey's previous thriller-horror shorts include "In the Killer's Eye" and "Disturbed," an Official Selection of the Seattle Int'l Film Festival. Casey's 2008 production, "Optimus," was winner of the Top Award For Outstanding Music Video at the Musician's Institute of Hollywood. Casey was Director and Editor of "Behind the Scenes of Creature of Darkness" in 2008, and "The Making of Dog Gone" in 2009 for Universal Studios. Casey's photography credits for Sony Pictures/Columbia include "AMC Story makers" in 2009, and the final Broadway performance of the hit production, "R.E.N.T." in NYC. Based in Santa Barbara, California, Casey Stouffer studied Film & Media Production at SBCC, Musician's Institute of Hollywood and UCSB.
SHANNON MURPHY, Head of Entertainment Marketing & Producer
Shannon Murphy has more than 21 years of experience driving brand partnerships, creating integrated advertising campaigns, overseeing publicity campaigns and developing television concepts. A winner of two national marketing awards (CMA) for her work in publicity and marketing. Prior to expanding her role with Jung Guns Entertainment, she developed marketing and media partnerships for a LIFE TIME, INC, a $4B luxury fitness brand landing major accounts with multi-year agreements. Earlier in her career, Shannon was a guest TV host for a home shopping channel for 6 years, performed sketch comedy at Second City in Los Angeles and a field reporter during the 2008 Republican National Convention.