Marie Pizano

Marie Pizano

Marie Pizano

Marie Pizano, a native Chicagoan is CEO of MVP3 Entertainment.  Since moving to Memphis in 1999, she has fondly called the Bluff City home. She has served on several charitable organizations such as being a member of the International Children’s Foundation and the Women’s Foundation for Greater Memphis, and The Commission on Missing & Exploited Children . She is also the co-founder of the Tiara Tea Society and was the Chair for Go Red for Women, but more importantly, Marie is a full-time, hands on mother of two.

Pizano started her own entertainment business known as MVP3 Entertainment Group. MVP3 acts as the umbrella organization that includes JND Films, UROC Records/Publishing, Zazu & Valentina talent management agency. She has experience as an actor, model, has been a co-producer of a local TV shows in Memphis and is the creator and Producer of “Girls Night Out” with award-winning producer Steven Boyle, and is an Executive Producer of the award-winning, history changing documentary, “MOMO: The Sam Giancana Story. As CEO of MVP3, Pizano is helping guide the careers of musical talent, producers, film directors, writers, actors and so much more. Her passion and commitment is building MVP3 Entertainment Company based on solid ground, truth & integrity and sees a powerful need to use music and film to advance communities forward. Recently she launched a youtube web series called, The MVP3 TV SHOW: The Making of an Empire. She is in process of developing a few film projects which will kick off her plans to help economic growth throughout the TN and Delta area while on a mission to become Globally known as a leading entertainment powerhouse. MVP3 Entertainment Group along with Red Thread Pictures are in development of the film “Barefoot To Stilettos” which was inspired by Marie Pizano’s book, “From Barefoot to Stilettos, it’s not for sissies”. For more information on her companies you can visit www.MVP3media.com.