B.i.H. eNTeRTaiNMeNT provides an array of creative business services. The company was launched in 2007 by entreprenuer Angela Marie Hutchinson, a producer, scriptwriter, casting director, former talent agent, published author and founder of BReaKiNG iNTo HoLLyWooD, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2005 to help talented professionals pursue their entertainment careers with integrity, creativity and enthusiasm.


A Chicago native with two decades of industry experience, Angela earned her bachelor’s degree in Industrial & Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan. She later obtained a Cross Media Journalism Certificate at USC on a full scholarship from the Maynard Institute. Angela has worked for MGM Home Entertainment, Warner Bros. Television, and the Grammy's.


In 2012, Angela cast Billy Dee Williams and Lynn Whitfield in the movie, "The Trace,". The spring of 2009 is when Angela had her casting directorial debut with the SAG-indie film, "Guardian of Eden," starring celebrities Tangi Miller ("Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion"), Persia White ("Girlfriends"), David Ramsey ("Dexter") and other name actors. Since then, Angela has cast several films, web series, short films, and was hired to attach main cast for a $13M feature film, including a William Morris repped actor along with other prominent talent.


Prior to her transition into casting, Angela worked as a talent agent at RPM Talent Agency, one of Hollywood’s boutique SAG-franchised agencies whose TV credits include booking actors on "Ugly Betty," "Zoey 101," "My Name is Earl," "Everybody Hates Chris." Angela repped actors, models, and music artists such as Prodigal Sunn (Wu-tang Clan) and TeeJay (Mr. Windy City). In addition, she also ran the agency’s print modeling and youth departments. Angela was often asked by Backstage West to contribute to their "Ask an Agent" column and was featured on the publication’s cover as an Agent for Good. Angela has been a judge for music and talent showcases, and a featured speaker at notable film festivals in California, Georgia, Arizona, Tennessee as well as within the faith-based community.


Angela has established a writing portfolio as the author of several screenplays, books, songs and other literary works. She wrote a holiday classic film, "A Christmas for Mary," for the Oprah Winfrey Network. In 2006, Angela completed a year tenure as the first African American President of the Scriptwriters Network (SWN), an organization founded in 1986. Angela increased membership, enhanced member benefits and partnered SWN with ABC/Disney's talent diversity initiative for writers.


As the editor of Valley Lawyer magazine and a contributing editor for Diversity Careers in Engineering & Information Technology, Angela has interviewed CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, judges, a State Senator, and other prominent government officials. Angela’s diverse background has given her the unique ability to write on substantive complex issues such as green technology or lighter topics like breaking into Hollywood. Angela has received numerous writing awards. She is also the author of a published children’s picture book, "Charm Kids," and a comedic memoir, "BReaKiNG iNTo HoLLyWooD." Both books are available for purchase nationwide on Amazon.


In addition to Angela’s work in entertainment, she is actively involved her community and has served on several boards. In 2009, she was appointed as a Los Angeles City Official to serve on the board of her neighborhood council. Angela was also selected to join the Advisory Committee for the Los Angeles County Office of Education’s Regional Occupation Program to provide input on curriculum for artistic professionals pursuing careers in the entertainment industry.


In Angela’s leisure time, she enjoys mentoring and educating tween girls about youth activism and abstinence. Angela also loves rollerblading and spending time with her husband of 21 years and three young children.



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