Boasting a successful career as an actor and voice-over artist in Mexico and the United States, Emmy-award-winning Jaime Aymerich also has a proven track record of developing, producing and adapting programming for key networks in the U.S. and the American audience. With over 30 years of experience working on some of Mexico’s most popular television shows and English adaptations, Aymerich has unique insight into Latinx programming and the expertise to operate as CRE84U Entertainment’s President. His recent work includes placing episodic content from Argentina, Mexico, Colombia and Spain in television networks such as FOX, Lionsgate, Netflix and CBS Showtime. Aymerich is an Executive Producer of Netflix show, Julie and The Phantoms, from showrunner Kenny Ortega which recently garnered thirteen nominations and three Emmy wins in 2021.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Monica Gil-Rodriguez has worked in the film and television industry for over a decade, garnering vast and diverse experience in production, finance, marketing and distribution. In her role as Co-Founder and CEO of the company, she is responsible for all CRE84U projects, from development and implementation of sales to distribution and marketing. In her most recent tenure at Spotted Cow Entertainment, Gil-Rodriguez has produced feature films In Search of Fellini starring Mario Bello, Holiday Joy starring Bailey Madison and most recently CRE84U’s feature film Borrego starring Lucy Hale. She remains at the helm overseeing all productions for the company’s television and film projects.
As an Emmy & Annie Award-winning actress, Cartwright is best-known as the voice of Bart Simpson on Fox’s iconic hit, The Simpsons – but her talents extend far beyond her chops as a voice and on-camera actress. In 2016, Nancy co-founded production company Spotted Cow Entertainment where she produced feature films such as Holiday Joy and indie darling, In Search of Fellini, which she also co-wrote. Since completing her first feature film script under the Spotted Cow banner, Nancy continues to write and produce film and episodic content, such as penning her first episode of The Simpsons (“Girls in the Band”), to her romantic comedy The Wallet (in development). Her latest endeavor includes co-founding CRE84U Entertainment, where she serves as producer and writer for their animation projects.
VICE PRESIDENT, DEVELOPMENT
As Vice President of Development, Carolina Aymerich brings a wealth of experience in film and television production, marketing and an extensive knowledge of the Mexican and Latin American television industries. An integral part of the organization, Aymerich is responsible for acquisitions and development for CRE84U. With a background in the visual arts and experience as a global talent manager, Aymerich has developed a sharp eye for identifying both film and television content that not only resonates with the English-speaking U.S. Latinx market (55 million strong) but also possesses a powerful commercial appeal to attract a mainstream audience.