Los Angeles, California, United States
Jay Hoffman maintained a career as a foreign-policy advisor throughout much of the 1980s and 1990s, during which time he was involved in many of the most important issues of that time.. Leading his own consulting firm, he served as a producer of a number of television documentaries that analyzed a variety of controversial foreign policy issues. Jay Hoffman subsequently built upon this entertainment industry experience as a producer with 28 Entertainment, a Los Angeles-based company that he founded with his son Brian in 2008.
Under the management of the Hoffmans, 28 Entertainment develops and finances a range of motion pictures, including the family comedy, Big Life, the mockumentary Corked!, and the inspirational film, Deep In The Heart. Jay Hoffman was also the executive producer on several full-length documentaries, such as Mother of Normandy: The Story of Simone Renaud and Lt. Dan Band: For The Common Good. 28 Entertainment has acquired the rights to and is currently developing a film based on the best-selling book, Code Name: Johnny Walker and an untitled biopic based on the life of country music legend George Jones.