Justin Ware is an accomplished writer and producer with more than two decades in the film and television industry. His current writing projects include a stoner comedy with Snoop Dogg, an action comedy for Sony Pictures, and The Unbroken Line, a sports drama based on the true story of the 1982 NFL strike. His company Hollywood Farms has over 40 projects in development including Mates, a young adult comedy shooting in Melbourne next year, and a series of true crime books by best-selling author Jack Olsen, set up with Bunim Murray. His produced movies range from Cloud 9, a Disney Channel movie about snowboarding, to Bloodsucking Bastards, an indie horror comedy he co-wrote, produced, and starred in alongside Fran Kranz, Joel Murray, and Pedro Pascal.
In addition to his film work, Justin has written and produced several projects for television including Hell Den, an animated series for SyFy, where he also voiced the mutant cyborg BET-C.
He lives in Thousand Oaks with his wife Valerie, dog Cholula, and daughter Eowyn (in case his fantasy bona fides weren’t already clear). A native of Wausau, Wisconsin, this is his first foray into the spirits industry, though he has done extensive market research as a consumer. His favorite drink is a Manhattan with good vermouth and better whiskey.