|Born||in Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
Perigil started his career for video game publisher Activision Studios where he was involved in launching several video game franchises including Jim Henson's Muppets: Treasure Island, Mechwarrior 2, Zork and the popular Quake series. After accepting an offer from The Walt Disney Company as a Producer, he developed games content for Disney's Blast, the number one online subscription product for kids, and Disney.com.
At Disney, Perigil was an advocate for online safety measures for visitors visiting the popular Disney.com and its family of websites, including ESPN.com. In addition, he has participated in several panel discussions regarding the business and monetization of online platforms hosted by major corporations like Microsoft and Apple. Later, he made the move to Disney-ABC Television Group where he was key in the product development and the technical distribution of cable and broadcast content for iTunes (for the first video iPod), Mobile VOD, airlines, as well as Disney's own internal digital distribution network in which shows like "Lost", "Desperate Housewives", and "Grey's Anatomy" were utilized for dallies, saving the company annually in high overhead costs.
Perigil founded HyperShark Pictures and produced a movie entitled, "17" which garnered several film festival awards including the "Audience Choice Award" at the Hermosa Beach Film Festival in California. In late 2013, produced producing a horror film entitled, "Loss of Life" (Amazon Prime VOD and BluRay/DVD).
Perigil is also the Director of Media for Entertainment League Productions which produces sports entertainment like the E LEAGUE, an ultra-private basketball league comprised of super celebrities from Film, Television, Sports and Music. His film production company, HyperShark Pictures was renamed to HyperShark Studios in 2017 to accurately reflect the ever-changing scope of the industry and the many ways the company provides content to the industry.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: HyperShark Studios