Prior to founding Britt Wynn Agency, Britt has spent over 15 years working with, managing and launching the careers of many now known creatives.
Take Leslie Jones (Ghostbusters, SNL), for example. She was hired on SNL after being cast by Britt and Master P & Michael Blackson, skyrocketing after starring in the urban cult classic film "Repos."
Britt's latest announcement 2020 is "Dime" Dominique Davis, former co-screenwriting partner, and now writer and director of the hit Showtime series "The Chi" & new BET/Paramount network Season 1 & Season 2 series "Boomerang," a reboot on the 1992 romantic comedy, starring Eddie Murphy and Halley Berry.
Britt got "Dimie" her first writing gig, for Disney, paving the way for her partnering up with Halley Berry & director Lena Waithe. These are women of minority currently doing big things in Hollywood.
Britt has worked closely with traditional and new media buyers to find writers and develop content for domestic and international audiences. In addition to helping cast and package numerous features and series, he has evaluated thousands of scripts for actors and directors.
2019, in less than two weeks, Britt tipped the scale and got Jerome Pikwane on a series of in-person meetings with Hollywood insiders and streaming companies here in Los Angeles, interested in his newer projects after completion of the feature film "The Tokoloshe."
Who is Britt Wynn?
Britt Wynn is a former development executive, writer, and recording artist for Master P & Lil Romeo's No Limit Records multimillion-dollar production company distributed by Jeff Clanagan, CEO of Codeblack Films (Lionsgate).
Britt is a World Star Hip Hop Hype for his single "Future Girlfriend," produced by Billboard award-winning 17X platinum producer Eddie Galan Of Mach 1 Music & Riley J.
In 2013 his single "Turnt Up," received national airplay on commercial radio stations and was featured on VEVO & MTV.com. In 2014 his single "Kno Dat" was featured on Pandora Radio, Music Crowns, before Britt took a hiatus to focus on film.
Britt co-wrote the urban classic Repos, starring some of Hollywood's top comedic talent, such as: Katt Williams, Paul Mooney, Tony Cox, John Witherspoon, Tiny Lister, Michael Blackson, Leslie Jones, Reynaldo Rey, AJ Johnson, Claudia Jordan, Oren & Zach Williams, Erica Hubbard, Lil JJ, Kyle Massey, Thea Vidale and many others.
Along with writing a slew of popular straight to DVD releases, Britt also co-wrote the first draft of the theatrical release "I Got The Hook Up 2" (2019), alongside Master P which was apart of P's 100 movie release slate back in 06.
While not being limited to just urban films, Britt and Dominique Davis co-wrote the children's television pilot "Cosmic Encounters" for Disney producers, starring Zachary Williams (Romeo!), Oren Williams (Rebound), and Chelsea Tavares (All American - Netflix 2019, Just Jordan).
The series was produced by Troy Rowland (The Lizzie McGuire Movie / A Cinderella Story), co-written with creators Rugg Williams (Famly Matters 1992 - 1997), Sabina Cabe; and was directed by Eric Dean Seaton (Marlon 2018 / Cory in the House / That's So Raven).
Britt's face and work has been featured in media and print, music videos on BET & MTV, Radio Stations such as Power 106 and through Oprah's Essence, for a self-help book he helped Master P pen titled "Guaranteed Success When You Never Give Up", published in print, online, and audiobook.
2020, Britt is behind the scenes juggling his agency, still working in the music business with Lil Nas X and team, managing Lil Nas X's big brother Marco X as well as new artists such as Dkonn, and helping those at all levels who are pitch ready with value in film and music.