Angela Dee, Inc.
Angela Dee, Inc. is a boutique production company with a focus on documentaries for the wrongfully injured or killed – especially women, children, and minorities. It was a natural evolution after 20+ years in the film industry, where Angela learned all areas of production, eventually becoming a one-woman band: writing scripts, shooting, editing and all facets of post-production.
The British ex-pat is the accomplished, creative force behind Rack & Ruin - a binge-worthy web comedy series, and now TV Pilot, that made its streaming debut in 2015 on WYSKTV. In 2015 it was a CBS Development Award finalist and in 2016 it won the Virgin Produced Award at SeriesFest. It was available on Virgin Airlines globally and in all associated hotels and web-platforms for a year as a result. It can now be viewed at Huawei and DICE platform Twisted Mirror TV
Angela was declared an Agent of Change, one of “5 Inspiring Women Worthy Of Your Attention Right Now,” by the Huffington Post.
As an editor she has spent the last 10 years cutting documentaries, features, narrative short films, TV pilots, comedic digital shorts, and promos. In 2010 she founded WakeyWakey Media as a platform for her skills as a one-man-band shooter, director, and editor. In 2014 that business grew to become WakeyWakey Studio in NYC - a hub for production and actor resources.
As an actor Angela has had a solid career working in movies, TV, commercials and more with credits in Noah, Men in Black III, Alice Through the Looking Glass, Beauty and the Beast, Blue Bloods, Bored to Death, 30 Rock, Orange is the New Black, Coca Cola, Land Rover, and Simple Skincare.
In The Press
"DEE... SHE COULD BE THE COMEDIC FIND OF THE SEASON. WHY? FOR STARTERS, SHE'S A RARE TALENT, AN ACTRESS WHO CAN SLIDE INTO COMEDIC REALMS WITH EASE AND GRACE BUT ONE THAT ALSO REVEALS THE HAUNTING INSECURITIES THAT PLAGUE US ALL."
- HUFFINGTON POST "THE ONE WEB SERIES YOU SHOULD BE WATCHING" (READ FULL ARTICLE HERE)
"IF I COULD, I WOULD PUT HER IN EVERYTHING. I WOULD WAKE UP IN THE MORNING AND MY BIGGEST DECISION WOULD BE, WHAT CAN I DO WITH ANGELA DEE TODAY? WHEN I FIRST SAW HER I THOUGHT, THIS IS PROBABLY WHAT ROBERT ALTMAN FELT WHEN HE MET SHELLEY DUVALL AT THAT PARTY IN HOUSTON. WHY IS THIS WOMAN NOT IN EVERY MOVIE EVER MADE?"
- BRIAN PERA (DIRECTOR - WOMAN'S PICTURE, ONLY CHILD)
- AMY POEHLER'S SMART GIRLS