Clifford Wallace (Executive Director/Producer)

Cliff has a BA in Public Administration and in senior year for Broadcasting, Public Relations and Mass Media BS. In addition, he is a graduate of Specs Howard School of Media Arts with honors. He began his career in corporate America as an Executive in the Telecommunications industry servicing Fortune 500 companies. He also served active duty military service in the United States Army.

Clifford Wallace III began his entertainment, media and broadcast career as the Owner/Operator of “Conglomerate”, a recording studio and record label in Los Angeles California, producing clients such as David Ruffin Jr. with David Cochran of the Commodores. During this time, Cliff built strong personal relationships with media producers/celebrities, Nick Cannon (NBC’s, America’s Got Talent), and Kenan Thompson (NBC’s, Saturday Night Live).

He then took his talents and focused his efforts as Producer and Screenwriter to the film and television industries. He has completed several full-length feature screenplays, a one-hour drama episodic teleplay and multiple concepts for reality television.

He founded the company Plug and Play Studios in 2008 and serves as Executive Producer, Director and Screenwriter. He is the Creator and Executive Producer for a sports television series, which develops highly recruited amateur athletes based on a cross platform sports competition. The production sizzle reel features many notable sports professionals such as former Detroit Lions Pro-bowl wide receiver, Herman Moore, five time All-star for NHL Red Wings, John Ogrodnick, an MLB Diamondbacks player, current Director of Player Relations Detroit Lions and an MLB & NBA agent. Currently he is part owner and producer on the TV series From Glory Days.

Cliff is also Producer and Writer for the feature film entitled “Snackland”. A part live action and CGI 3D animated family friendly film with an interactive e-book planned to be released prior to the film. The unique story and character development of “Snackland” offers a universal appeal to broad demographics of viewers.

He has also currently been contracted to write a screenplay for A-list talent in Hollywood, which will be completed in November 2015.

His company Plug & Play Studios is currently in production for a long-form documentary featuring an international disc jockey, highlighting the lucrative business aspects of the electronic dance music scene. Principle Photography began in June of 2012 on location throughout America focusing on Detroit as the genesis of Techno music genre throughout the world.
The company has completed a film series for Michigan State University, work for Detroit Public Schools.

He also set his efforts on his non-profit 501c3 Benevolence TV in order to help those less fortunate through interactive digital media, education art programs, plays and television and film productions. The organization’s Co-Chairman is Joseph Thompson, a two-star Major General in the U.S. Army, former police Chief in Southfield, Michigan.

Cliff has achieved many notable accolades including: Academic Dean’s List, President of the Pre-Law Society, Co-Chairperson Public Affairs Seminars, National Fraternity Member, as well as earning a “Soldier Of The Month” medal for good conduct and excellent physical training in the US Army.