Chuck & Carry
Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman are writer/producer/directors who had a fifteen-year secular career in the entertainment industry. Past assignments include writing for Warner Brothers, Paramount, Sony-Columbia and 20th Century Fox; producers Joel Silver, John Davis, and Stan Lee (Marvel Comics); and Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone. They have sold original-concept TV pilots to CBS, ABC, Fox, New Line Television, Touchstone and Peace Arch and cable projects to TNT and HBO. Responding to a call from the Lord, they left the secular entertainment field in 2008. Since then, their filmed projects have include (among others) What If and most recently, Gods Not Dead, which has grossed $60 million so far. Chuck is a graduate of Notre Dame and the first person in the history of the institution unable to conduct a conversation about sports. Cary grew up in Brooklyn and is a graduate of the school of hard knocks. Both serve as instructors and mentors at the "Act One" Christian screenwriting and executive training programs in Los Angeles.