|Died||in Los Angeles, California, USA (leukemia)|
Mini Bio (1)
Having a fifth degree black belt in karate, Chet Holmes first feature was a karate movie. Chet wrote and produced the karate movie, Immortal Vengeance in 1998. He then wrote Emily's Song, a musically driven drama (rags to riches story about a singer). He got Leann Rimes attached to play the lead, and then brought the project to Warner Brothers, where he secured a three contract deal as writer, producer and song writer. In the Summer of 2005, Chet became the executive producer of In The Name Of The King, a $60 million epic fantasy in the vein of Lord Of The Rings. Chet also wrote the following Screenplays, which are each in various stages of preproduction: The Mercenary, Kings Of The Earth, Above All Else, Spartacus 2000, and Utopian Warrior. Chet has also secured a book deal as an author, through Penguin Portfolio Publishing in New York City. In 2007, Chet just wrapped, "Search for Seth the Messiah," shot in Europe, due out next fall. Chet was a writer and producer on the project. He is considered one of the world's foremost marketing and sales experts. He has designed more than 500 advertising campaigns and had 60 of the Fortune 500 as clients. This makes him particularly effective as a filmmaker in that Chet thinks of the commercial/trailer first, and then he creates the project. All his projects are designed first and foremost to have an excellent sales hook. As a producer, one of Chet's greatest strengths is in his ability to make the world want to see his projects.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Chet Holmes