About The Company
PSM was born in 2010 producing humorous political TV ads that were rated by Time Magazine and Yahoo! Politics as some of the best in the country and has since grown into the nations foremost political humor production company. Founding partners Len (Lenny) Britton and Bradford Broyles bring a unique combination of experience in film, television and politics. Len is a product of Dartmouth college's film program, a studio produced screenwriter, as well as a major party candidate for the United States Senate in 2010. Bradford is a Groundlings Improv graduate and former comedic film and television actor in Hollywood, turned political operative with deep national political connections and extensive experience in political messaging. Public Spectacle Media's current projects include Make America Quaid Again! - a reality TV series starring Randy Quaid as he runs against Bernie Sanders for his Senate seat in 2018, The World According to Billy Potwin - a sitcom starring Kevin Sorbo as a beleaguered middle-class dad and Pinnacle - a sports drama set in the world of downhill ski racing.
Bradford Broyles is a Southern California native and graduate of the University of California Santa Barbara. Brad studied improvisational comedy at the legendary Groundlings Theatre in Los Angeles and appeared in numerous television shows and movies including, Designing Women, Coach, Empty Nest, Baywatch, L.A. Law, For the Boys, Memoirs of the Invisible Man and Star Trek. Post failed acting career, Broyles sold $265 million dollars worth of industrial-commercial real estate in Los Angeles as a Senior Vice-President with Cushman & Wakefield and Grubb & Ellis companies. Entertainment clients included MOCA, Geffen, Ben & Jerry's Venture Fund, Walt Disney Co., United States Secret Service and President Ronald Reagan. Brad resides in Vermont with his wife and two children, commuting often to Los Angeles.
Producer/Writer, Len Britton
Len Britton is a produced feature screenwriter and a recent candidate for the United States Senate. Len grew up skiing in the Green Mountains of Vermont. He was an All Star ski racer as a youth and member of the powerhouse University of Vermont varsity ski team. Len earned a post graduate degree in film studies at Dartmouth College while pursuing his career as a screenwriter. Len coached the local Suicide Six Ski Team, in Woodstock, Vermont. He built it into one of the best small ski racing programs in America. His racers routinely won the USSA Junior Olympics, beating the athletes from the bigger and vastly more expensive ski academies. Len resides in Santa Monica, California.