Norm Waitt (Executive Producer)
Along with his brother, Norm Waitt formed Gateway Computers, Inc., which began as a small computer maker and evolved into a worldwide multibillion-dollar manufacturing company. After working with his brother for five years, Waitt left Gateway Computers, Inc., and formed Gold Circle Entertainment and Waitt Media, which collectively own and operate more than 92 radio stations and more than 700 billboards.
Gold Circle Films was formed to produce commercial films in a wide range of genres for domestic and international distribution. Since its commencement, Gold Circle Films has amassed a library of over 20 titles, anchored by the mega-hit My Big Fat Greek Wedding along with White Noise, The Wedding Date and Because I Said So.
As an executive producer, Waitt’s film credits include The Man From Elysian Fields, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Poolhall Junkies, Sonny, Eddie Griffin’s DysFunktional Family, White Noise, The Wedding Date, Jiminy Glick in Lalawood, The Long Weekend, Slither, Griffin & Phoenix, Because I Said So, Whisper, as well as, the upcoming films My Sassy Girl, Town Creek and The Haunting in Connecticut.