Joseph R. Francis is an American entrepreneur, film producer and was the founder and creator of the Girls Gone Wild entertainment brand. Francis worked as a production assistant on the syndicated program Real TV before releasing the direct-to-video film Banned from Television in 1998. Francis has, at various times, been convicted of tax evasion, bribery, false imprisonment, assault causing great bodily injury, dissuading a witness, and record-keeping violations; and has pleaded no contest to child abuse and prostitution.
|Born:||Joseph R. Francis, April 1, 1973, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.|
|Alma mater:||University of Southern California|
|Occupation:||Entrepreneur, film producer|
|Known for:||Founder of Girls Gone Wild, Banned from Television|
|Twitter:||Joe Francis's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Joe Francis's IMDb|
About Joe Francis
Creator and producer of Girls Gone Wild whose Banned from Television was his breakthrough video project.
He studied Business Administration at the University of Southern California. He also took film and television courses, beginning his broadcast career on Real TV as a production assistant.
He earned $20 million in the first two years of marketing Girls Gone Wild through television infomercials.
He began a relationship with Abbey Wilson, winner of the 2012 Search for the Hottest Girl in America contest. The couple gave birth to twin daughters named Athena and Alexandria in October 2014.
He and Paris Hilton were friends.
Information related to Joe Francis
- http://www.meetjoefrancis.com/ Official site