Peter Green

Executive Producer / Partner, ShoulderHill

Peter Green has over 27 years experience in Hollywood – as an award winning film and television producer, a development and production executive at Paramount and Disney, and Head of Programming for the cable network G4.

In 2015 Mr. Green developed and produced the Unauthorized Beverly Hills 90210 Movie for Lifetime Television. For the fifth year in a row, Green produced a live 24-hour international broadcast for former Vice President Al Gore and The Climate Reality Project. The recent 2015 broadcast originated in Paris and was viewed by over 100 million people worldwide. 

Prior to that, he spent several years as Senior Vice President, Production and Development at Paramount Picture’s Paramount Famous Productions. While at Paramount, Mr. Green produced Mean Girls 2 and Road Trip – Beer Pong. He also developed scripts for Clueless 2, The Second Wives Club, Shooter 2, Naked Gun 4 ¼, and Bad News Bears Soccer.

Prior to joining Paramount in 2008, Mr. Green served as President and Producer at Fountain Productions, where he managed a development slate of more than (20) projects including Parent Trap 2 and Herbie Rides Again for Walt Disney Pictures. He also developed and produced Inspector Gadget 2.

For ABC, Mr. Green executive produced the critically acclaimed and highly rated movie for television The Miracle Worker starring David Strathairn; Ladies and the Champ starring Oscar-winner Olympia Dukakis; and Geppetto, an original TV musical by Oscar-winning composer Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Godspell) that starred Drew Carey and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Prior to that, Mr. Green spent three years as Vice President, Production for Disney Telefilms, overseeing the development and production of some (35) telefilms, for ABC’s Wonderful World of Disney. They include the top-rated Annie, for which Green tapped theater director Rob Marshall (Chicago) for his first film-directing role. The film starred Tony-winner Kathy Bates and garnered nominations for a Golden Globe and 12 Emmy Awards. Green also guided Jerry Bruckheimer’s first foray into long form television with MaxQ: Emergency Landing and Justin Timberlake’s television debut in Model Behavior.

Green began his career at Disney in development, production and casting at Disney’s Hollywood Pictures working on such features as Crimson Tide, The Rock, While You Were Sleeping, Evita, Eddie, and The Hand That Rocks the Cradle. He began his career as an independent casting associate on the films A League of Their Own and Cool World.

In 2003, Mr. Green was a guiding force in building the cable network G4 from a small video game destination to a male lifestyle network. As Senior Vice President, Programming and Production, Mr. Green oversaw all of the network’s programming as well as Executive Producing G4’s 12 original shows and Executive Producing the world’s first video game awards show, G-Phoria.