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Sevier Crespo

Head of Production | Producer | Line ProducerPeanut Gallery Group

Los Angeles, CA

Member Since December 2022


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Film Production


Puerto Rican-born Sevier Crespo, p.g.a., is an award-winning film, television and commercial producer who learned the ropes from such heavyweights as Jerry Bruckheimer, Michael Mann and Ridley Scott. Crespo studied production at UCLA while working under the tutelage of Robert Townsend and director Sam Bayer at Ridley Scott’s RSA USA, Inc. Crespo’s film “Billy Knight,” starring the legendary Al Pacino, Charlie Heaton (“Stranger Things”) and Diana Silvers (“Booksmart”), is currently filming in Los Angeles. Last year, Sevier’s feature “Karen,” starring Taryn Manning (“Orange is the New Black,” "Hustle & Flow”) was named a top independent film of 2021, catching the attention of national press from “Entertainment Tonight” to People. Upcoming releases for Crespo include the film “Year 2,” starring Frank Grillo and “Killing Class” with an all-star ensemble cast. Sevier’s prior film credits include the comedy feature “Pendejo” starring Danny Trejo, “The Culling” starring Johnathan Schaech, “El Guardia” which premiered at Cannes in 2019 and and “Borrego” which premiered theatrically starring Lucy Hale. TV credits include a pilot for NBC with Mandy Moore, James Roday and Dulé Hill, as well as “Mack & Moxy” for Netflix, which won 2 awards for kids programming. Some accolades for his projects include Best American Comedy at the NY International Film Festival, TV Guide’s Hot List, a Parents’ Choice Award, and a Mom’s Choice Award. In addition to developing and producing films and television shows, Crespo also produces global advertising campaigns and has worked with such iconic brands as Adidas, Reebok, UFC, Coca-Cola, Nike, NBA, NFL, NBC, Universal and Netflix. Over the years Crespo has also worked with such prominent figures as David Beckham, Kendrick Lamar, Kurt Russell, Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, Virgil Abloh, Pierce Brosnan, Adam Devine, Ellen Barkin, Nina Dobrev.

Published content

How to Resolve Creative Differences With Your Fellow Business Leaders

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By resolving creative differences, you can unlock the potential of collaborative leadership. In a dynamic culture space, clashes of creative visions are inevitable among leaders in the business. These differences can stem from varying perspectives, artistic preferences or strategic approaches, among other reasons. However, resolving such conflicts and finding common ground is crucial for maintaining a harmonious and productive work environment. Below, Rolling Stone Culture Council leaders explore practical tips and strategies to navigate creative differences and foster collaborative solutions that honor diverse viewpoints in the workplace.

Budget vs. Creativity: Promoting Harmony and Collaboration


Like any relationship, there’s going to need to be a compromise from both sides or the result will be no relationship—or at least not a good one.

Nine Ways These Industries Are Responding to the Push for Eco-Friendly Business Practices

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Industries are feeling the pressure to adapt to consumer demand for sustainable practices — and failing to keep up could mean losing market share. As consumer demand for eco-friendly and sustainable products and practices continues to rise, industries across the board are being forced to adapt and innovate. Companies that fail to keep up with this shift risk losing market share and falling behind the competition. As leaders in the culture space, the members of Rolling Stone Culture Council see how consumer demand for sustainability is affecting cultural industries and, here, discuss some of the innovations and changes that are on the horizon. By understanding the impact of sustainability on their industry, companies can position themselves for success in a rapidly evolving market.

5 Ways To Use Your Cultural and Generational Upbringing to Your Advantage


Society has a way of “programming” us to believe that because we’re from a certain place or because we have certain traits, it necessarily dictates what we can and cannot accomplish in life.

15 Steps for Weaving Your Brand’s Mission Throughout Your Business Structure

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It's not enough to simply define your brand mission — you have to live it every day. For any business, having a clear and meaningful mission is critical for success. To truly live up to that mission, however, you must ensure that it is consistently and clearly woven throughout all aspects of the business. Your brand's mission should be evident in the company's values, culture and day-to-day operations. To help you achieve this, 15 Rolling Stone Culture Council members each outline one specific step or action businesses can take to ensure their mission is fully integrated into their operations and why this is so important for the success and sustainability of the business.

Company details

Peanut Gallery Group

Company bio

The Peanut Gallery Group is a full service production company based in Los Angeles, CA. Helmed by Founder and Producer, Sevier Crespo, member of Producers Guild of America, PGG takes pride in cultivating each project with a fresh, upbeat attitude, meticulous budgeting and efficient production from start to finish.  PGG covers all aspects of shoot management and coordination including signatory and union statuses, budgeting, location sourcing and management, casting and talent negotiations, payroll, behind-the-scenes video, and all aspects of post production. Our aim is simple: We take care of all the details so you can focus on getting the best content possible. Clients include Netflix, NBCUniversal, UFC, Reebok, NBA, NFL, Adidas, Nike SB, Legoland, Universal Music, EA Sports, CapitolRecords, Epic, Virgin Records, and NASA/JPL.



Area of focus

shoot management and coordination including signatory and union statuses
location sourcing and management
casting and talent negotiations

Company size

51 - 200

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