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Cherie Kerr, a founding member of the world-famous L.A. Groundlings, and founder of the Orange County Crazies sketch, standup, and improvisational troupe in Santa Ana, California, released her first film in May of 2013, “We’ve Got Balls,” a family-friendly award-winning bowling comedy which received 13 nominations and eight wins. Kerr just wrapped her third indie film, an 89-minute improvised comedy “3rd Annual Matricher Falls Internationel Film Festival,” a sequel to “The Show Can’t Go On!”, now streaming on various popular platforms. It received 15 nominations, 10 wins, and four glowing reviews. The latter heaping high praise for the 86-minute mockumentary. It was an “Official Selection” in 13 of the 20 festivals it entered.
“MF,” wrapped in June of 2022, and is now making its way along the film festival circuit. “SCGO” was released in February 2022 picked up by Tubi, Xumo, Mometu Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Play, Web, Android, and iOS devices as well as on Amazon Prime Video.
“The Show Go On!” won three awards from the Accolade International Film Festival in 2021, “Best Feature Film,” “Best Mockumentary,” and “Best Woman Filmmaker,” The quirky behind-the-scenes stage show debacle also earned her an “Award of Recognition,” from the IndieFEST International Film Festival, a “Best Comedy Spirit of Cinema” Award from SoCal International Film Festival and an “Outstanding Achievement in Directing” honor from The Most Important International Film Festival.” It also garnered top honors at AOF Megafest for “Best Comedy,” “Outstanding Cast Performance,” and “Director of the Year”, and recently was given an “Artists Circle” and “Honorable Mention” award from the NOVA International Film Festival.”
Author of 15 books; “Charlie’s Notes” was named a winner in the New York book Festival. Two of her books include forewords by fellow Groundling alums and SNL players, Phil Hartman and Julia Sweeney. Over the years, Kerr has written more than 450 sketches, seven screenplays, one full-length Broadway musical, and directed dozens of sketch, and improv comedy shows. She also wrote and starred in her own one-woman show, “Out of Her Mind.” In addition, she has won awards for her four-decade plus public relations firm, KerrPR, over the past 45 years. She started ExecuProv in 1983, a company which teaches improv comedy techniques to Fortune 100 and 500 companies. It continues to thrive, bulldozing its course offerings both via Video meeting platforms and live on stage at the 78-seat De Pietro Performance Center’s black-box theater.
Kerr’s mission with Ree-invent Films is to provide full-length feature comedies that offer not only laughs, but moral/satirical messages that leave audiences thinking, long after the laughter subsides. Founder of four businesses, Kerr brings tremendous acumen and savvy to the table along with an abundance of her unique, enviable, and highly original sense of creativity. She is accustomed to mobilizing teams, utilizing the best resources, pumping out excellent products, and garnering results that translate into strong bottom lines.
Kerr is the mother of three and grandmother to five children.