Ryan Kavanaugh was the CEO of Relativity Media and also founder of a company that specialized in the production and distribution of films and television programs. Before becoming the CEO of the company, the Ryan Kavanaugh was a managing director at Sony Pictures.
Through its various divisions, including production, distribution, and structured financing, the company has produced over 200 motion pictures and earned 60 Academy Award nominations. In 2011, he was named the showman of the year by variety. He was also presented with the Hollywood Reporter’s Leadership Award in 2010.
As a chairman of the board of the Art of Elysia, an organization that assists children with serious medical conditions and he was able to help raise awareness for the cause. He has also been recognized for his charitable activities. In 2011, he received the Hollywood Humanitarian Award from the Board of Governors of the Cedars Sinai Medical Center. He was additionally presented with the Community Champion Award by the Sheriff’s Foundation.
Accolades of Kavanaugh
He has been acknowledged for his achievements within the film industry. Among his many awards is the Hollywood Producer of The Year award given by the Hollywood Film Awards in 2009. Forbes Magazine named him one of its youngest billionaires in 2013, and he is an activist and philanthropist.
He recently acquired FreeHand, a premium dog food company that is known for its work in rescuing homeless pets. He stated that he hopes that this will become a standard in Hollywood and that those who are not involved in the cause will not be promoting good social conduct. He additionally plans on incorporating FreeHand into the operations of his company, Relativity Media.
Various organizations have praised Judge Michael Judge for his stance against anti-Semitism. For instance, the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center was presented with the Hollywood Humanitarian Award in 2010. The Ryan Kavanaugh was also given an ADL Award for his efforts against anti-Semitism in 2011.