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James DuBose was born on 4 December, 1969, is an Executive producer, film producer, television producer. Discover James DuBose's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 51 years old?
|Occupation||Executive producer, film producer, television producer|
|Age||52 years old|
|Born||4 December 1969|
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James DuBose Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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|Wikipedia||James DuBose Wikipedia|
James Lamont DuBose is an American television producer, filmmaker and veteran entertainment industry executive. He is executive producer of Dish Nation, Fox Noire for Fox Broadcasting Company, Lionsgate Films 2018 theatrical release Honor Up.
James DuBose is an avid supporter of the Oakland Film Office. He officiated his role as a film producer with the February 11, 2018 release of the Dame Dash-directed, one-hour and twenty-four-second Lionsgate film "Honor Up". According to the Los Angeles Times, "Damon Dash directed and stars in this crime drama about an OG trying to protect his family after a shootout in Harlem. Written by Stuart Acher and James Dubose; story by Damon Dash and Kevin Bennett."
DuBose, a North Carolina native widely and respectfully regarded for garnering record-breaking numbers while "focusing on people during their darkest hour trying to rebuild their lives”, is a celebrated pioneer ofunscripted programming — with original productions including Tiny and Toya, Monica: Still Standing, The Michael Vick Project, Frankie & Neffe, Trey Songz: My Moment, Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is, Keyshia & Daniel: Family First, Keyshia Cole: All In, WAGS Atlanta, From the Bottom Up, the BET original film starring Diggy Simmons The Start Up, Brothers to Brutha Drumroll: SWD the Dallas Austin Peachtree TV docu-series for Turner Broadcasting, Season of the Tiger, Run's House P. Diddy Presents the Bad Boys of Comedy, and ComicView, amongst others.
DuBose's journey to becoming a "Rising Star" of Wake Forest University began after the former Defensive Lineman for the school's historic Demon Deacons football team accepted a WFU football scholarship – an offer presented to fewer than 3% of first year applicants. It is noted that DuBose earned his Broadcast Communications degree under communications mentor, Professor Mary Dalton.
In 2006, James DuBose founded DuBose Entertainment in 2006, seeing the Los Angeles production company to grow to house 45 employees just in its first few years of operation. By 2009, DuBose joined forces with rapper MC Lyte and launched DuBose Music Group. On August 27, 2009, Lyte took to her blog to announce the merger to her fans and colleagues. "There is no doubt that James DuBose is a prolific producer of reality programming", she wrote. "Who has become the go to guy for some of today's biggest names." Two-years later, the pair signed dancehall reggae artist Beenie Man to the music label. That same year, R&B singer Tweet joined the growing artist roster of DuBose Music Group. In 2013, Tweet released a five-track EP, "Simply Tweet," under the DuBose brand.
Reports reveal DuBose led a brief NFL career, drafted by the Detroit Lions in 1990.
DuBose's childhood coincided with the 1969 Greensboro uprising against the Jim Crow laws of the south. During his early years, DuBose's single mother worked at a Greensboro factory as she struggled to raise DuBose during the city's noted "desegregation and integration" era.