Jerad Anderson

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Jerad Anderson is an American musician, actor, and entrepreneur. He most recently founded The Whitelist Collective a video content studio that recruits the best young filmmakers in the world. Prior to this, he was the founder of Watchbox, a video on-demand distribution platform leveraging cutting edge cloud technologies to serve the independent film community. He also founded Wayne/Lauren Film Company where he produced the feature film "Girlfriend" which debuted at the Toronto Film Festival and went on to win a prestigious Gotham Award.[1][2] He was the founding member and lead guitarist for 100 Monkeys, a rock band that toured internationally. His entertainment career began as an actor, where he found early success as a series regular on the show "Just for Kicks" created by Whoopi Goldberg. He is fluent in American Sign Language.



  1. Gotham Awards. [1], "The Hollywood Reporter", 28 November 2011. Retrieved on 8 May 2013.
  2. Gotham Awards. [2], "Gotham Independent Film Awards", Retrieved on 8 May 2013.

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