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Hungry Man

Hungry Man

from Hungryman

London, UK

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From the moment of its inception in 1997, Hungry Man Productions has remained one of the world’s most successful commercial production companies, and that’s not just by our standards. Hungry Man made the Top Ten Commercial Production Company list a consecutive ten years in a row, the first company in history to do this. Our founders are Hank Perlman and Bryan Buckley, the latter has been dubbed by more than one news publication as the “King of the Super Bowl.” It probably has something to do with Bryan having at least one commercial in every Super Bowl for the last 15 years. Proud though we may be of Mr. Buckley, this team has way more than just one all-star…

- Our Geico Hump Day commercial was the second most shared ad of 2013
- Our NASCAR commercial with Nick Offerman was one of the most viewed Super Bowl ads of all time.
- Our DirecTV spot, Football on Your Phone, with Eli and Peyton Manning garnered over 2 million views in less than 24 hours. 
- Our Coneheads and Hans and Franz State farm Ads have aired during every sporting event shown in America since September (or so it would seem to the average viewer).
- We’ve done all the recent AT&T Lily spots, all of the Gary Busey Amazon TV spots, and that American Express montage spot that’s making it’s round right now is pretty much a montage of Hungry Man work. 
- Our latest Dave Franco Madden the Movie Trailer figuratively blew up the internet.

This is all just a sampling of what has happened in the past couple of years. Our company work spans nearly two decades so it’s a little difficult to lay it all out herein, but, needless to say, we’ve kept busy.