Workaholics Entertainment Group is the new non-fiction division of Marlon Wayans' media company. Our main focus is making comedy, developing concepts that are comedic in nature and also producing really funny stuff featuring talent that is hilarious. We are actively creating programs in all genres including competition shows, docu-soaps, prank shows and even programs in the food space & crime space. Making great comedy is serious business.
Marlon Wayans is the Founder of the reality production company Workaholics Entertainment. He is Executive Producer and Host of the NBC series, “I Can Do That” and Creator/ Host & Mentor of the TBS series "Funniest Wins." He is a successful actor, model, producer, comedian, writer and film director. Wayans' films have grossed more than $1 billion dollars in domestic box office, an average of nearly $50-million per outing. Wayans created, co-wrote, produced and starred in the film franchise "A Haunted House."
Rick Alvarez is Co-Founder of Workaholics Entertainment, Executive Producer of the NBC series, “I Can Do That” and Co-Creator/ Executive Producer of the TBS series "Funniest Wins." He is a successful producer with more than 15 years of experience producing dozens of movie and television projects. Most recently, Alvarez produced and co-wrote the 2013 hit comedy “A Haunted House” with business partner Marlon Wayans. Alvarez has worked with Wayans Bros. Productions since 1998. Since joining the company, Alvarez developed “Scary Movie,” co-executive produced “Scary Movie 2,” and produced “White Chicks,” “Little Man” and “Dance Flick.”
Stephen C. Harris is Co-founder of Workaholics Entertainment and the Head of Non-Fiction Development. He is Executive Producer of the NBC series “I Can Do That" and Co-Creator/ Executive Producer of the TBS series "Funniest Wins." While an executive at TLC, Harris developed and created the network’s first product branded on-line web series "Makeover Train.” During his 4 years as a development executive at A&E, he successfully ran lead for the network’s first Urban crossover programming, developing "Hammertime," "The Jacksons," "Running Russell Simmons," "Basketball Wives" and "Mob Wives." Harris is founder of the media consulting firm Reality Rockstar whose clients includes Verizon and DocumentaryTelevision.com.
I CAN DO THAT is an unconventional variety show that challenges celebrity cast members to step outside their comfort zones by putting on a new act each week. The series, hosted by Marlon Wayans, is based on an Israeli concept from Armoza Formats. The six member cast set for the competition are “Dancing With the Stars” […]
Marlon Wayans, Rick Alvarez and Stephen C. Harris have joined on as Executive Producers of the Slamdance 2015 Jury & Audience Award Winner for best documentary, “SWEET MICKY FOR PRESIDENT.” This film is that perfect storm of pop culture, pop music and politics all rolled into a roller coaster ride of truer than life events. The […]
Workaholics Entertainment created the comedian competition series “Funniest Wins” hosted by Marlon Wayans, which premiered on TBS in 2014. Each week, “Funniest Wins” competitors – both professionals and amateurs – learned a different comedy style, guided by Wayans and his guests who included Wayans’ comedian friends and family members. The aspiring comedians were tested in front of a live […]