Warith Niallah

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Warith Niallah
Born February 28, 1968
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Nationality American
Occupation Media Executive
Artist
Producer
Notable works The Red Dress Collection 2007 Fashion Show
Contagion
Height 6' 0.5"
Television The Underground
On the Spot
Girl Talk
The Red Dress Collection 2007 Fashion Show
Network IT
Desiree

Warith Niallah (born February 28, 1968) is an American media executive, artist, and producer.[1]

Production credits include The Red Dress Collection 2007 Fashion Show (2008), Desiree (2007-2008), On the Spot (2007-2011), Brake Lights (2015), U Can't Bully Me (2016), Girl Talk (2016-2018), and Chantal on Chantal (2020).

Early Life and Education

Warith Niallah was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. He was raised in College Park, Georgia, and started as a high school yearbook photographer and newspaper editor in journalism.

Warith learned to play the cello and performed publicly in 1985. He graduated with a dual degree in computer information systems and computer science in 1990.

Career

As the youngest associate producer for Cable Atlanta in 1983-1984 (Now Comcast / NBC Universal), his executive producer almost fired him for freezing high school football replays. Warith later admitted to trying to mimic the broadcast network NBC.

He founded FTC Publications, Inc in 1988. The company provides news media, public relations, technology, talent operations, and business services in 61 locations in the United States and abroad

FTC Publications, Inc's headquarters is in Atlanta, Georgia, and has a revenue of $451M and 2,343 employees.[2] [3] FTC Publications' main competitors are Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc., Diva Modelling & Events, Ford Models, and Elite Model Management.[4]

Warith hosted the Atlanta Premiere of The Purge: Election Year (2016) for 50 fans with Regal cinemas in the VIP section and informed the crowd that they would be purging after the film. As usual, they initially believed him. When asked about it in an interview, he said he wanted to see if he still had the gift of suspension of disbelief.

He also hosted the Atlanta Premiere of The First Purge (2018) on July 4, 2018.

Warith agreed to produce a third reality T.V. production in Fashion in 2020.[5]

In 2011, Warith released two cello compositions. The Right Move and Just for Her. Many know Warith in the Spoken Word genre because of Black in 2017 and Life & Death in 2018. Afterward, several more spoken word pieces were released, including Suicide and Soundwave in 2018. The most recent string release is Making 2020, using electronic sequences.

Management and Philosophy

In 2021 Warith gave insight in an interview about Artificial Intelligence and the media. He cautions against using friend bots as a cure for someone lonely to prevent suicides in social media.

He meets regularly with business owners, and the media covers his philosophy against using debit cards over credit cards.[6] [7]

Red Dress Collection 2007 Fashion Show

Produced and directed the Red Dress Collection[8] with Laura Bush, Angela Basset, Betsey Johnson, and others for home video[9] bringing awareness to heart disease for The Heart Truth[10]

Betsey Johnson, Red Dress Collection 2007

Productions

  • The Red Dress Collection 2007 Fashion Show (2008)[9]
  • The Underground (TV Series)(2016)
  • U Can't Bully Me (2016)
  • Chantal on Chantal (2020)

Discography

  • The Right Move (Strings)(2012)
  • Just for Her (2012)
  • The Black Man (2016)
  • Cops (2017)
  • Black (2017)
  • Money Brings Happiness (2017)
  • Suicide (2018)
  • Love & Life (2018)
  • Live Breathe Smile (2018)
  • Life Isn't Easy (2018)
  • Life (2018)
  • Stay Strong (2018)
  • Life & Death (2018)
  • Making 2020 (2020)

References