Holly McClure is a multimedia personality with over 20 years experience in the entertainment industry. Her extensive background as a film critic, media consultant, filmographer, film and television producer and author, has made her a recognized name and advocate for family-friendly entertainment and the faith-based community.
Holly’s stance for family and faith based issues made for regular appearances on FOX, CNN, MSNBC and others. She was a regular guest for five years on Politically Incorrect, as well as various radio and television programs.
Currently her “Holly on Hollywood” movie reviews and entertainment content can be seen on numerous syndicated networks like Daystar, GOD TV, Family Net, and more. She recently served as Executive Creative Producer for Parables.TV and has also been the Executive Creative Producer for shows like; Helpline (CBS) and Rise To Success with Dani Johnson (ION and TBN).
Her zeal for the film industry and her creative passion led her to produce and direct behind-the-scenes materials for films like; The Passion of the Christ, The Passion Behind “The Passion”, The Frontier Boys, House, One Night With the King, Thr3e, Midnight Clear, The Visitation and Hangman’s Curse.
In 2002, Mel Gibson invited Holly to Rome, Italy to film interviews with the cast and crew of The Passion Of The Christ. Gibson consulted Holly on his script and she was involved with early stages of media strategy and marketing. In January of 2003, Holly wrote the first article about Gibson’s film, featured on the front page of The New York Daily News. She went on to produce a one-hour special, The Making Of The Passion Of The Christ (PAX and TBN) and a documentary The Passion Behind “The Passion”.
Holly is a charter member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association and is involved with the faith-based and family-friendly entertainment community by serving on the advisory boards of The Dove Foundation and The Parents Television Council.
For more information you can find Holly McClure on IMDB.com or visit hollymcclure.com.