Music Supervisor

Brooke WentzJonathan McHugh has been the music supervisor for more than 35 film and television programs, including the upcoming Janis Joplin film directed by Academy Award nominee Amy Berg. Most recently he produced Major League Baseball’s mobile TV show, “Japan Confidential,” and co-produced the Lions Gate film, “Christmas In Compton.”
His productions include Lifetime’s “Flying By” (David Zayas and Billy Ray Cyrus), Discovery’s, “Battle Ground Earth”, (Ludacris & Tommy Lee) and Lions Gate’s Rock Opera, “Repo The Genetic Opera” (Paul Sorvino, and Sarah Brightman. The first film he wrote and produced was Lions Gate’s “Snoop Dogg’s Hood of Horror” (Jason Alexander & Anson Mount.)
McHugh spent eight years as Vice President of Visual Media at the Jive/BMG where he started his production career by helping to launch Zomba Films where he co-produced the film “Crossroads” (Zoe Saldana, Justin Long & Britney Spears) and supervised the soundtracks for films including Nickelodeon’s “Wild Thornberry’s” and “Jimmy Neutron.” As Vice President of Soundtracks at New Line Cinema McHugh co-produced many platinum and gold soundtracks such as “The Wedding Singer,” “Boogie Nights,” “Rush Hour,” “Austin Powers,” “Blade,” “Mortal Combat 2,” “Love Jones,” “Lost In Space,” and “Money Talks. ”
McHugh is a member of the Producers Guild, and a founding member of the Guild of Music Supervisors. He serves on the NARAS TV Committee for CBS TV’s “The Grammy Awards.”>