TV's Top 50 Showrunners 2010
Perry might be better known for his "Madea" films but he's just as active (and successful) as a TV showrunner. Based at his Atlanta studios, he's at a table read in the morning, then he leaves during rehearsals and does some writing in his office. It's back to the set at 2:30 to shoot, then he's off to make a film at night. "I can do that for about 90 days and then I need a long break," he once told THR. The strategy is working. Both "Payne" and "Browns" have 90-episode pickups at TBS.
Big Break: Perry's series of stage plays featuring his mad alter-ego Madea became so popular that Hollywood came calling.
- Which Disney Princesses Will Soon Be Showing Up on Sofia the First ? Rapunzel and Tiana But Not Anna and Elsa
- 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles': 5 Reasons to Watch the New Cartoon, Not the Movie
- Justin Bieber And His Bodyguard Sued By Hawaii Photographer
- Nick Offerman Narrating 'Shower Thoughts' Is Why The Internet Exists