After receiving a Masters degree from the Peter Stark Producing Program at The University of Southern California, Adrienne Biddle began her career at Jersey Films, where she worked on several projects including Man On The Moon, Caveman’s Valentine, Garden State, How High and Erin Brockovitch.
In November of 2002, she left Jersey Films to become Vice President of Production and Acquisitions at Summit Entertainment. Summit’s production arm generated five movies during her tenure: Dot The I, Wrong Turn, Lies And Alibis (which she co-produced), and Step Up.
In November of 2005, she left Summit to become Rogue Pictures’ Senior Vice President of Production. This genre division of Universal Pictures released several movies during her tenure: Dave Chappelle’s Block Party, Balls Of Fury, Hot Fuzz, The Strangers, Doomsday, Last House On The Left and she was the executive in charge of The Hitcher, The Unborn and Fighting. Rogue was sold to Relativity Media in December 2008.
In September of 2009, she partnered with writer/director Bryan Bertino to form Unbroken Pictures.
The duo has produced five movies together: He’s Out There, written by Mike Scannell and directed by Dennis Iliadis, starring Yvonne Strahovski for Screen Gems (’17 release); The Blackcoat’s Daughter, written and directed by Osgood Perkins, starring Emma Roberts and Kiernan Shipka acquired by A24 (March ‘17 release); Stephanie, written by Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski, directed by Akiva Goldsman, starring Frank Grillo and Ana Torv for Blumhouse and Universal Pictures (’17 release); The Monster, written and directed by Bertino, starring Zoe Kazan and Ella Ballentine for A24, and Mockingbird, written and directed by Bertino, for Blumhouse and Universal Pictures.
The company is represented by UTA.