Tony Carenzo


Tony Carenzo, an Emmy-Award winning Writer, Producer, Director, and Editor, Tony has directed numerous national commercials and produced many high-profile projects for major film and television studios such as NBC/Universal, Disney/Pixar, ABC, Banijay, Freemantle, A. Smith & Co., Showtime, and Warner Bros. His work on NBC’s Heroes won a Primetime Emmy Award and was the first of its category. Additionally, he has worked extensively as an editor on various shows, creating both broadcast and digital content for The Bachelor, American Ninja Warrior, Heroes, and Smallville. He’s also produced broadcast and promotional content for the Olympic Games and served as the lead producer for Oprah & Deepak’s popular 21-Day Meditation Experience series.

In 2010, Tony was invited to The White House where First Lady Michelle Obama unveiled the Let’s Move anti-obesity campaign for kids, staring athletes Drew Brees, Tony Hawk, and Kevin Durant—written, produced, and directed by The Carenzo Agency in partnership with Warner Bros, the NFL, and the NBA.