Born in New York, Thomas J. Bellezza began his youth studying art and design. First focusing his efforts toward comic book styling artwork then dabbling in all forms of art. After dropping out of high school at the age of 18 he took his musical project "TENEbRAE" from Florida to New York. The band grew in popularity and toured all around America and Canada from 1997 till 2007. During this time he was able to get representation, label interest, and multiple performances in front of massive festival crowds. During 2003 he officially opened up BBR Productions as a marketing and consulting company helping TENEbRAE establish a larger brand value and a network of influence. After retiring from a successful music career he took to stand up comedy. Over the course of the next ten years, he helped raise money for cancer research, multiple sclerosis foundations and helped bring in funding through performances promoted through the BBR Production banner. In 2011 he was asked by MGM Studios to hand in the pilot of his television show "Laundry" which became qualified by the studio as they asked for five more episodes. With opportunities coming in he opened up The Rose Theater and started "Team Rise Together" compiled of actors/writers and directors all working together. With his first produced theater show "Letter of Reason" hitting the stage it was on the news and got rave reviews. This lead to more writing projects that opened doors for producing smaller film projects and web shorts. As the lead Hamlet in the production of "Hamlet," BBR Productions produced this production and would play to large audiences with wonderful responses. Closing the theater in 2013 Thomas headed to Brooklyn and focused on getting the development department up and running fully. This lead to projects like "The Super Hero Villain", "All In The Course", "The Monologue Chronicles" and more. He even joined SAG-AFTRA and quickly became friends with the New York President of the union. In January 2016 he started working with Thom Boody on the TV series "The Circle". This show ended up in LA where it was presented at AFM in November 2016. "The Circle" garnered a lot of attention leading to meetings and pitches. Following this event, he and his main team ended up getting into the 2017 Pitch Fest in May. The project "The Circle" was 1 of 12 projects chosen from 15,000 entries. This gave Thomas the power to go back to LA in October 2017 for follow up and introduction meetings involving television shows "The Circle", "21:3", "Laundry", and "Success 101". Each show ended up getting movement and relationships have turned into continuous conversations.
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