Go Go Luckey boosts senior development team

The Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County producer has bolstered its senior development team with the promotions of Bill Castonzo (pictured, left) and Frank Prather (right).
April 14, 2016

Los Angeles-based producer Go Go Luckey Entertainment has bolstered its senior development team with the promotions of Bill Castonzo (pictured, left) and Frank Prather (right).

Castonzo, who most recently served as VP of development, has been elevated to the role of senior VP of development. He will continue leading the firm’s creative expansion while also evaluating emerging talent and partnership opportunities. Castonzo has overseen the development of all Go Go Luckey series, specials and pilots since joining the company in 2012.

Prather moves into the role of VP of development where he will help drive the development and production of new concepts, pilots and series. Formerly VP of talent development and casting, the exec previously cast and developed such unscripted series as Fear: Buried Alive, Hangar 1: The UFO Files, Legend of the Superstition Mountains, American Haunting and Raising McCain.

The Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County producer has also elevated Breonna Carrera to director of development and Dan Matthias to manager of development.

Carrera, who previously served as development manager, will look to drive all aspects of development and production.

Meanwhile, in his role as manager of development, Matthias will assist in the oversight of original series development and production for the outfit’s scripted and unscripted portfolio. The former development coordinator’s remit will include internal development, in-house production and third-party productions.

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