Chad Marshall started his entertainment career with NBC Entertainment in the summer of 1994 within its finance department, maintaining production budgets for NBC Studios. Eager to build upon his strong finance background and learn more about the creative component, Mr. Marshall transferred to become the assistant to the Senior Vice-President that helped create the series, Seinfeld and headed the Late Night and Specials Department for NBC Entertainment.

​After leaving NBC in late 1999, Mr. Marshall went on to develop original programming at HBO Independent Productions from 1999 to 2000 however, with the opportunity to start his own production company, Mr. Marshall left HBO/IP and started Below The Radar Entertainment and, within its first year, created, sold and produced the cable series, Suspicion starring Dean Haglund of the X-Files.
In the fall of 2001, Mr. Marshall helped start KBK Entertainment for the multi-Emmy winning Producer and former President of Mandalay Entertainment, Sports and Urban Division, Mr. Kip Konwiser.

During his tenure with KBK Entertainment, Mr. Marshall achieved the following credits within the following feature film and television projects:

Co-Producer & Post-Production Supervisor: Feature Film, Dallas 362 for actor/director, Scott Caan. The film’s stars included Jeff Goldblum, Kelly Lynch, Selma Blair and Sean Hatosy. Released by ThinkFilms in May 2005.

Co-Created and Produced: The Underground Poets Railroad a large-scale documentary tribute to the 9-11 tragedy.  The documentary was a spoken word crusade that took 6 spoken word poets on a performance tour that retraced the infamous Underground Railroad.

Mr. Marshall was Executive Producer for The Jamie Foxx Project for VH-1.  The co-production with Jamie Foxx’s management team followed the day-to-day life of the Oscar winning, superstar as he attempted to juggle his busy film career along with his ambitions to record an R&B album for Sony Records.

In June of 2004, Mr. Marshall left KBK Entertainment to produce the independent film, Little Athens starring Michael Pena, Erica Leershen, Rachel Minor, D.J. Qualls, Eric Zmanda and Sean Hatosey. The film was released by ThinkFilms in 2006.

​Mr. Marshall Executive Produced the teen romantic comedy, Ditching Party in 2008 along side Actor/Producer/Director, Demetrius Navarro. In late 2008, Mr. Marshall optioned one of his original scripts, Green with Envy to Christine Peters, the Executive Producer of How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.

Mr. Marshall developed a co-production with Dick Clark, himself, and Dick Clark Productions to produce an original mini-series telling the untold story of Pete Best, the original drummer of the Beatles.

Mr. Marshall served as Producer for the 3rd season of the hit car show Overhaulin’ on The Learning Channel.

In 2007 Mr. Marshall created, executive produced and directed his new series, Fine Tuned hosted by international male model and actor, Tyson Beckford. The series was represented by the Endeavor Agency and aired on Speed Channel. The series has been sold internationally and now appears in over 110+ countries worldwide. The series was licensed by Discovery International encompassing all of Asia, and to Latin America territory by VeneVision.

In November 2013, Mr. Marshall recently signed a studio production deal with Thunder Studios to begin production of season #2 of the world wide hit, Fine Tuned, which currently airing in over 110 countries.

Recent Television Projects:

Fine Tuned: Reality - Automotive Makeover

High-end automotive makeover series showcasing the the complete rebuilding of sport compact cars. The series is currently airing in over 110 countries currently seeking new network for Season #2. Season #1 (5) 1-hour episodes completed.

Slumdogs in America: Reality - Sports

A reality series showcasing Indian Born basketball players attempting to make it in the NBA.

Where's My Wedding?: Reality - Wedding

Newly engaged couples visit 3 potential wedding locations and decide which location they'll eventually get married at.

Smart Homes: Reality - High Tech Home Makeover

Mr. Marshall Executive Produced and Directed the pilot for Smart Homes: A high-tech home makeover series showcasing the integration of high tech devices and services in the modern home. Pilot Completed

Strange But Law: Reality - Comedic Original series centering on improv actors traveling across the country as they enforce countless out-dated laws to an unsuspecting public.
Pilot Completed.

Third from the Window: DocuSoap Reality
The series chronicles the life of a dynamic Los Angeles based hair-stylist as he tells stories from his life as he cuts hair during his one-man-show.
Pilot Completed.

High Maintenance: DocuSoap
A raw look into the lives of the most wealthy and high maintenance women in the world.
Pilot in completed.

What Ever Happened to Mario Joyner?: Sitcom
Sitcom based on the journey of a struggling writer who returns home to write a TV show about his colorful family. Based on the real life and experiences of Stand-Up Comedian, Mario Joyner. Pilot episode completed.

Recent Film Projects:
Mr. Marshall partnered with General Motors and HUMMER to produce and direct a long-form documentary on TEAM HUMMER and its lead Driver and racing legend, Rod Hall. The documentary is completed in is currently being shopped to all forms of media distribution.

Mr. Marshall is currently in the beginning stages of producing the 10-year anniversary tribute to his 2001 Documentary which he Co-Created and Produced: “The Underground Poets Railroad” a large-scale documentary tribute to the 9-11 tragedy.  The documentary was a spoken word crusade that took 6 spoken word poets on a performance tour that retraced the infamous Underground Railroad.

​Mr. Marshall has just signed a production deal with Thunder Studios to start production of season #2 of Fine Tuned in late 2014.

Mr. Marshall is currently in pre-production for the feature film, Dog & Pony.

Mr. Marshall is currently in pre-production for the feature film, Swipe which he co-wrote with Alex Shelby. 

Chad Marshall Producer Chad Marshall Below The Radar