Brooks is the CEO of C ToThe B Productions. After producing and starring in “Claude’s Crib” and “Hitz”, both of which were Paramount projects, Paramount Network Television gave him a first look production deal, which thrived for eight years. Claude Brooks has executive produced over 300 episodes of television, such as: MTV’s sketch show “The Lyricist Lounge Show” – “Second Time Around” – a half-hour sitcom starring Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Ari Parker for UPN; “Dance 360”, starring Fredro Starr and Kel Mitchell for Paramount Syndication; “The Big Black Comedy Show”, hosted by Monique for 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment; and the feature “Gas”, starring Flex Alexander, Khalil Kane, and Tyson Beckford for 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment --"Baggin" for VH1,starring Ralphie May – “Under One Roof” – a sitcom starring Flavor Flav and “The Tony Rock Project” both for My Network TV. In the children’s arena, Claude Brooks created and produced The Discovery Kids Emmy Nominated children’s show, “Hip Hop Harry”, which has spawned a live touring show and a successful merchandising program. Most recently, Claude Brooks produced “Hey Luenell” a docu-soap pilot for VH1 starring comedienne Luenell and “F.A.T” aka Fugitive Apprehension Team, a law enforcement pilot,for SPIKE, “THE BIG FAMILY DANCE OFF!” for The Game Show Network, “THE COLLECTORS” for TRU, “BLAZE STUDIOS” for FUSE and “I OBJECT!” for WE.

With a wide range of industry experiences, Natalie brings hands on knowledge from all sides of production. While working on a pilot for We Tv in 2012 Natalie met Claude and since then, they have worked together developing programming for Discovery, TLC and WE to name a few. As Director of Development Natalie overseas all aspects of creative development and is responsible for seeking out innovative and compelling concepts, talent and programming. Currently she is overseeing the development of a slate of Hip Hop featured films.   






Director, Development

Carrie Genzel has a had a successful career as an actor in both her native Canada as well as in the United States, having been a series lead on ABC's All My Children, and MyNetworkTV's comedy Under One Roof, also guest starring on such shows as Castle, Psych, Wizards of Waverly Place, Supernatural, Smallville, FlashForward, as well as the feature films Watchmen, Jennifer's Body, and The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus to name a few. In 2008, during the production of Under One Roof, Carrie began working with C To The B Productions bringing her unique skill set and knowledge to use as a producer on the game show The Big Family Dance Off  for GSN, I Object for WE, The Tony Rock Project for MyNetworkTV, and The Collectors for TRU. Carrie continues to produce and develop projects with C To The B in the unscripted and scripted arena and is currently overseeing the development of a slate of horror/paranormal related feature films.