Mickey Meyer (born October 28, 1984) is a digital media producer and co-founder of Jash—a multi-tiered comedy studio with partners Sarah Silverman, Reggie Watts, Tim & Eric, and Michael Cera.
Before Jash, Meyer oversaw programming at Maker Studios and produced three of the most watched series to air on YouTube: Kassem G's 'California On,' Ray William Johnson's Equals 3, and Epic Rap Battles of History.
In 2013, The Hollywood Reporter included Meyer in their list of 35 executives part of “Hollywood’s New Class” – calling him the “Don Draper of the Internet. ” In 2014, Meyer was included in Forbes’ list of “30 under 30. ”
Most recently Mickey served as Executive Producer on several award-winning short films produced under the Jash banner. These shorts include “Catherine” (starring Jenny Slate), Michael Cera's “Brazzaville Teen-ager” and “Gregory Go Boom,” which won the 2014 Jury Award in U.S. fiction at the Sundance Film Festival.
In 2014 Meyer worked to connect the Barack Obama White House with the YouTube community, conversation that kicked off when he brought a group of some of YouTube's larger stars down to the White House to discuss reaching the audience on the site in inventive ways.
In 2017 Meyer was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Variety Special for his effort on Sarah Silverman's "Speck of Dust" to which he was a co-Executive Producer.
Toward the end of 2017, Meyer, and his partners Daniel Kellison and Doug Deluca sold comedy studio JASH to Group Nine Media for an undisclosed amount of money.
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