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Bridging the gap between Hollywood and China, Jeff Bowler currently spends his days working on film and television projects in one of the fastest growing markets in the entertainment industry. An award-winning producer, business executive, and entrepreneur, Jeff Bowler has a lengthy history as a writer, director, and consultant on key projects. In 2011, he completed an endeavor in Hong Kong and followed that with two other films he is producing. A top business development executive at a very young age, Jeff Bowler worked for Bandai, a Japanese company that ranks as the third largest global toy company known for its line of product licensed action figures. By the age of 24, he joined World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc., (now known simply as the WWE) as Director of Business Development. During his time with the billion-dollar worldwide entertainment company, Jeff Bowler spearheaded growth in the realm of new media and helped to launch the WWE’s music and film divisions. Jeff Bowler has had measurable success in TV and film production. In 2003, he created the hit TV show “Inked.” He was executive producer and director of the “Driven” series that aired on VH1 and MTV. He produced feature films such as “Across the Hall,” a thriller starring Brittany Murphy in her final film before her death. BBH Worldwide used his consulting expertise in their London and Shanghai offices, creating a more westernized appeal for China’s mainstream media. His global success in the entertainment industry includes having a documentary, “Downstream,” shortlisted in 2009 for Oscar contention by the 81st Academy Awards. Laying the foundation for a successful career, Jeff Bowler studied business and law at the University of Hawaii in Kahului. A native of New England, he garnered much of his business acumen from his family’s long history in ship building, and designing and constructing custom kitchens for some of the country’s most elite families. A family man, he enjoys travel, spending time at the beach, and reading a good book.