Sean Covel Biography
Birthday: March 4, 1976 (Pisces)
Born In: Newcastle, Wyoming, United States
Sean Covel is an American film producer and philanthropist, best known as one of the co-producers of the award-winning 2004 film 'Napoleon Dynamite.' The film was later adapted into a ‘Fox’ animated series, also produced by Covel. A two-time 'Film Independent Spirit Award' nominee, Covel has mostly collaborated with writer-producer Chris Wyatt. They studied together as part of the 'Peter Stark Producing Program' at the 'University of Southern California.' Other notable films produced by Covel are 'The 12 Dogs of Christmas,' 'Think Tank,' 'Beneath,' 'Broken Hill,’ ‘Café,' 'Concrete Blondes,' 'Driving Blind,' 'Carter & June,' and 'Tater Tot & Patton.' He is a passionate philanthropist and runs a non-profit body in collaboration with a pizza joint to provide meals to underprivileged children. He also works to provide books to such children. Covel is also a prominent 'TEDx' presenter and a keynote speaker. He occasionally lectures at his alma mater.