A production company created from the love of storytelling. The real stories. The truth captured beneath the surface of a tale, found in the corners of vulnerability, and shared honestly with our audience.
Our creatively driven team is a diverse and skilled network of seasoned professionals and experienced talent. We mine for the stories that need to be told and explore the possibilities to challenge and change the landscape – whether that is film, stage, or written work.
True Productions is founded by entrepreneur, producer and author Dwayne Clark who carries a passion to collaborate with authentic, engaging, experimental, and fearless storytellers.
About Dwayne Clark
Dwayne Clark is an entrepreneur, executive producer, author and theater producer with a passion for telling true stories that inspire and uplift audiences.
Clark has authored several books: My Mother, My Mother Son, the autobiography of his life with a mother diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, Saturday’s with GG, a children’s book to help children navigate life with a parent with Alzheimer’s, and Help Wanted, a book about how to recruit and hire exceptional staff. He has also produced theater with his stage production at Seattle’s renowned ACT Theater: 7-Ways to Get There, a true story of his experience in men’s group therapy, becoming a hit.
He is also a restaurateur and café owner of Queen Bee. Clark, a recognized philanthropist, also dedicates his time to supporting more than 70 local and global charities. With his prolific career, Clark is an in-demand speaker.
Born in Pasco, Washington, he grew up poor and rose to become one of Seattle’s best known CEO’s, Dwayne Clark leads 2,000 employees across the west coast as operator of award winning Aegis Living, a senior assisted living company with 6 new developments in progress.
Most recently, he produced the highly anticipated documentary, Full Court: The Spencer Haywood Story, premiering in late Spring 2016. He is also championing the art of true storytelling by partnering with SIFF to provide an annual $50,000 grant to a Seattle-based documentary filmmaker.
Clark lives with his family in Seattle and is a world traveler who enjoys different cultures.