6AM

We're Already Movin'

Creative Juices Flowin'

Money Being Made

Time to get creative

We aim to tell authentic stories; to be ahead of our time and on time simultaneously; and to engage an audience ranging from youth to the young at heart.

Who We Are

Shauna Garr and Cliff “Method Man” Smith partnered in SIX AM to provide diverse talent and produce unique stories that touch a universal chord distributed across all platforms: theatrical, television, streaming, podcasts, publishing and emerging technologies. We are talent, creators and producers — we rise early to grind in a comfortable work environment — house slippers welcome .

Cliff “Method Man” Smith

is a NAACP Image award winning actor, Grammy Award-winning hip hop artist, and a member of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan. Cliff made his acting debut in the film “187” starring Samuel L. Jackson and from there, amassed a dynamic range of acting roles. Cliff’s first starring role was “How High” with Redman. He’s had supporting parts in films like “Keanu” starring Jordan Peele and Keegan Michael-Key and his current outing is the drama “Concrete Cowboy” alongside Idris Elba and Caleb McLaughlin. He's appeared in critically acclaimed TV programs like “The Deuce” and “The Wire” on HBO. Smith has clearly solidified his love for acting. He currently plays Attorney Davis Maclean on the franchise drama series “Powerbook 2: Ghost” in its second season on Starz. Behind the scenes Smith is Executive Producer for his second season for Hulu's Wu Tang American Series and is building upon a solid foundation of production experience to ramp up creation and producing and providing job opportunities.

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Shauna Garr

began her professional career on the gameshow Wheel of Fortune where she moved up the production ladder for five years. She left to start a non-profit teen media company which made critically acclaimed videos with and for teens. From there she became a news producer with MTV Networks and later Executive Produced an eight-episode unscripted teen series for PBS, “The Ride”, which was one of the first of its kind. Garr is a former studio executive both at Disney and Paramount. And it was during her transition from these media companies into scripted development that Garr met Method Man and began guiding his transition to Hollywood beginning with the feature film “How High” for Universal pictures. A passion for discovering emerging talent and artists across disciplines is a major source of her inspiration.

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What We Do

Partner

We partner with major and independent studios, networks, publishers, streamers, writers, actors, filmmakers, other producers and brands.

Provide

We provide A-list & promising talent on the rise for television, theatrical, digital, commercials, stage, print, voice over and more.