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Triple Threat Media is a diverse media production company led by a three-headed monster which holds multiple Emmys, TV creator/show runner/production credits and an original Geico Caveman. We have produced media across multiple platforms including network, cable, streaming, branding, commercials, corporate and fashion.

Our story starts with John Lehr (imdb here) at the beginning — a proven writer/show runner who manages all things creative; Linda Morel (imdb here) an honored producer holding down the fort in the middle with soup to nuts physical production; And Mark Bracero (imdb here) award-winning post production producer, executive producer and creative force at the end. Each has profound respect for the others’ disciplines and all three know what it takes to create quality product on time and on budget.

Triple Threat approaches content creation and execution with a holistic point of view: from beginning, middle to end.

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Linda Morel

Linda started her path in the entertainment industry working as an assistant at the William Morris Agency. Morel took her first job out of the agency as a Casting Director for Fox TV’s “Culture Clash”, a Latino sketch comedy show. While casting and booking bands for the Fox TV show, she made strong ties to the music industry which pulled her in to a new world. With a love for music and travel, the coming years would fulfill a dream at Warner Bros Records, Inc. as a International Artist Development Manager. She worked and toured with countless acts such as The Deftones, Neil Young and Van Halen. After several years in the music industry and ready for change, Morel made the leap back to television, as the Production Coordinator on Nickelodeon’s “The Brothers Garcia”. She had the good fortune of strong mentorship and worked her way up the production ranks. Her trajectory was from Production Coordinator to Production Supervisor to an Emmy Award winning Producer. Over the past few years, Morel has produced shows for Nickelodeon, USA, Comedy Central, TV Land, Paramount TV, NBC, HBO and Amazon.. As a Producer, Morel has been nominated three times for a Primetime Emmy. In 2016, she won for Best Variety Sketch Show with Key & Peele.

Mark Bracero

Mark Bracero is a five-time Emmy award-winning television producer. An Angelino to the core, Mark was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA in the shadows cast by the historic film and television studios of Hollywood & Burbank. He spent most of his teen and young adult years going to “the studios” to participate in live audience tapings of his favorite game shows, sit-coms and live events long before you had to wait in line for tickets. This is where he fell in love with making television.

Having Hollywood as his backyard allowed Mark the opportunity to pursue many entertainment-related interests. He found his way into the music industry where he had the experience of working in music administration for a small record label, Private Music, and an international conglomerate, Bertelsmann Music Group (BMG). After several years (and plenty of free concerts, parties and meet and greets with rock stars), his desire to make people laugh and tell great stories was tugging at his sleeve. So, he found his way back to the world of film and television, rolled up his sleeves, and started at the bottom as a production assistant on the set of the movie “Chasing Papi” (20th Century Fox). Mark hit his stride on his path into the world of TV working on many shows in an upward trajectory of various positions before earning the title of Writer/Producer. In 2008 Mark moved to New York City for the opportunity to be a part of Viacom’s launch of their bi-lingual channel, MTV Tr3s, where he produced key shows for the budding network. Mark’s desire to tell bigger stories came in the form of docu-series and he quickly became a master at reality TV, particularly in post-production, as a Producer and Executive Producer for several headlining shows for VH1 and Bravo. Mark’s desire for new challenges was piqued when offered the reboot of “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy”. As an Executive Producer on the show and he played a major part in the reimagining of “Queer Eye” on Netflix. The show has gained critical acclaim for which he’s won five Emmy Awards for Outstanding Structured Reality Program. Mark continues to create visually stunning and thought-provoking programming and has worked with Facebook Watch, Amazon-Branded, content, and continues to work with Netflix.

John Lehr

John Lehr is the star/creator/writer for “10 Items or Less” (TBS), “JailBait” (Sony/Crackle) and “Quickdraw” (Hulu). He created/produced pilots for Fox (“Team McPhearson”), TBS (“John Lehr’s Movie Club”) and Comedy Central (“Let it Ride”). Script/development deals include “Retreat” (NBC), “The Loop” (HBO), Troubadour (MTV), “Life on Mars” (Sony/BBC), “King of Beers” (EUE/Sokolow), “Tommy Chong’s Pipe Dreams” (TBS).

Lehr is one of the original Geico Cavemen from the wildly successful commercial campaign. He appeared in dozens of spots, including the first commercial as a caveman boom operator, the caveman in therapy with Talia Shire, the tennis spot with Billy Jean King, Superbowl spots with Phil Simms and many more.

John has appeared in numerous television series, including “Friends” and was a series regular on “Jesse,” both for Warner Brothers/NBC. His feature film roles include “The Sweetest Thing,” and three Noah Baumbach films, “Kicking and Screaming,” “Mr. Jealousy,” and “Highball.” John’s hosting credits include “News Weasels” for E!; “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!” for ABC; CBS’ special “Clash of the Commercials” with co-host Heidi Klum; and “John Lehr’s Movie Club” for TBS.