Founder, Creative Director & Producer, Uppermost Entertainment, LLC
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Director of Development & Head Writer, Uppermost Entertainment, LLC
Scott Rolfe Josephson
Uppermost Entertainment, LLC is managed by a team of individuals with over twenty five years combined experience in the television, film and theatrical industry. The team is supported by a host of trusted creative production members with decades of experience in the craft of television, filmmaking and theatrical shows.
The Company was founded by Lisa Bills. Bills is an established television show creator, producer, director and writer. Bills works closely with her Director of Development, Scott Rolfe Josephson, to bring to life creative and compelling entertainment for television and film.
Uppermost Entertainment is a current member of the Dallas Screenwriters Association (DSA) & The Dallas Producers Association (DPA) & The Dramatist Guild of New York.
Lisa began her journey in the entertainment and media industry 18 years ago as a mom who wanted to fulfill her son's desire to be on television as well as her husband's desire to be a Director of Film & Television. While watching a child's program with her son Blaine said, "Mom, I want to do that...I want to be on television." As a mother, naturally she wanted to do whatever she could to make this happen. So she pulled up her sleeves, did her research and immediately found a professional private acting coach which he worked with for several years with much success. He booked lots of commercials, music videos, movies and a documentary. This sparked a creative momentum in her that continues to date.
Bills is also a real estate broker and the owner of Lord & Bills Real Estate, LLC. Over the last two decades, she has had various writing initiatives to include written curriculum and operational procedures and processes for her professional career in real estate and finance. Over the last decade, she’s been a part of the creative writing team and a part of the executive team for the Chamber of Commerce and has been involved in joining forces to grow several other outreach initiatives in the Dallas area.
''I founded Uppermost Entertainment because I saw where there was a vast need in the entertainment realm that my team and I wanted to fill by bringing serious subject matter to the forefront in a creative, compelling and provocative manner." ~ Lisa Bills
Scott’s journey in the entertainment industry began at the age of 23. He pitched his first T.V. show to KERA Channel 13 in
Dallas and Kim Dawson. When the show, “The Moviegoers” failed to catch on, the dream died. Years later,
Scott then resurrected his dream after age 40.
A trained theater actor, Scott’s big break came when he was asked to audition for an NBC pilot sitcom,
“I’m with Stupid”. This role lead to representation with the Linda McAlister Agency where Scott was
for six years. As an actor, Scott has appeared in a feature film; starred, written and executive produced his own short film,
“The Cinema Zone” in 2015. Scott has also been an associate producer on the feature film “Texas Tales”.
As a gifted writer, Scott took the opportunity from Linda McAlister and joined the Dallas Screenwriters Association.
He has been on the Board of Directors for the last six years. Additionally, Scott also served as the Director of Development for
Athena Pictures from 2013 to 2015.
In November of 2014, Scott was hired to write the first project for Uppermost Entertainment, “I’m Always on My Mind”. A
one-man comedic stage play. It ran to excellent reviews and box office and is now getting ready to head to Broadway. This allowed
Scott to be accepted into The Dramatist Guild for playwrights in New York. Scott was then hired to write the TV Pilot for
"I'm Always on My Mind" as well as being named Director of Development for Uppermost Entertainment.