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Allie Eberthardt
Background information
Born USA
Occupation Film producer, director, owner of Digital Habitat
Years active 1990s-present
Associated acts Duran Duran
B.B. King

Allie Eberthardt is a American film producer, director and owner of Digital Habitat, whose work has included Duran Duran's Extraordinary World documentary film.


Allie attended Adelphi University between 1978-1980, majoring in Film and TV. After leaving university he began working for a small cable company on Long Island, with a keen interest in music.

In 1994 Allie joined MTV where he produced ground-breaking shows and worked with many musical acts such as Madonna. His award-winning production work has been featured on The Today Show, Access Hollywood and The New York Times. Other credits include the MTV Bunker Project, co-creating the MTV Top 10 Video Show Yack Live in 1994, and spearheading the launch of MTV.com. Long form documentary credits include the Duran Duran Rockumentary and Basia: A New Day. His director credits include multi-camera productions with such diverse artists as Meredith Brooks, B.B. King, Omar Hakim.

After leaving MTV in 2000 Allie opened Digital Habitat, a service that designs and installs Home Entertainment/Home Theater systems.

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