Andrew Alexander, a driving force of Entertainment in Chicago

Andrew Alexander is well known as one of the early collaborators with Chicago’s Second City improvisational theatre. He was a producer for such shows as “SCTV,” “The New Show, ” He became the executive producer and co-creator and Ebersol for the Emmy Award-winning series, “Saturday Night Live” (SNL). Alexander produced and directed The Blues Brothers movie in 1980.

Later, he also had films which included Ferris Bueller’s Day Off in 1986, Three Amigos in 1986, among many others. TSC, which he co-founded with partner Bernie Sahlins in 1974, still has its headquarters in Chicago’s Old Town Theatre District. But Andrew Alexander also maintains a production office on the Universal Studios lot in Los Angeles – near his Hollywood neighbors Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenberg — all of whom are clients.

Andrew Alexander established the second city project has witnessed many films and live shows where people perform to a large audience. Recently, the second city has seen a rise in productions and film shows where prominent persons have graced the occasion and witnessed the entertainment at firsthand.

The films have been distributed on various online sites for free viewing by public members, while some movies might require membership before the person can gain access to view them. The films are usually related to those coming out with films and shows, making it a go-to destination for movie lovers and second city fans.

His outstanding performance in directing plays that are amazing to watch has created a niche market for himself not just on film or television production but also in theater productions, thus winning awards from several awards-giving bodies.

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