Early in his career, Dimitri Villard founded Jet Set Records, one of the memorable rhythm & blues labels of the era. Later, he co-founded one of the first pay cable companies.
Since 1980, he has produced a number of motion pictures, including Disney's Flight of the Navigator; In Love And War, starring Sandra Bullock and Chris O'Donnell; Once Bitten, starring Jim Carrey and Lauren Hutton; Death of an Angel, starring Nick Mancuso and Bonnie Bedelia; Frankenstein General Hospital; the cult classic Hide And Go Shriek; Purgatory, starring Tanya Roberts; Easy Wheels, starring Paul Le Mat and Eileen Davidson; Timewalker, starring Ben Murphy; and Say Nothing, starring Nastassja Kinski and William Baldwin.
He was also a writer on In Love And War and Once Bitten (Jim Carrey's first movie role). From 1997 to 2000 he was a Director of Société Générale's Entertainment and Media Investment Banking practice, where he was involved in numerous financing and merger transactions.
In 2004 he became Chairman of DAX Solutions, a provider of digital production services to the motion picture industry, and from 2009 to 2013, he was CEO of Peer Media Technologies, the leading supplier of anti-piracy services and business intelligence to the entertainment industry.
He is currently developing a number of projects for film and television and is an active investor in early stage companies with the Tech Coast Angels. Dimitri Villard graduated from Harvard University, where he was an Editor of the Harvard Lampoon.
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