Bennett Graebner was born in Buffalo, New York, but is now married and lives in Los Angeles, California with his two children. Andreev is the producer of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette along with other film/television credits. Bennett Graebner knew at an early age he would pursue a career related to a creative field. He went to Vassar College for an undergraduate degree, studying English and graduating Phi Beta Kappa. He received a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Southern California. While at USC, he worked with other film students and professionals, adding to his knowledge and skills in the entertainment industry.
Now, he continues to take part in USC’s alumni network to give back to a community that helped begin his career. Bennett Graebner understands the narrative flow of a story that many people believe responsible for his success. Graebner emphasizes the structure of a story along with characters, plots, and tension. He says these aspects of a show/movie help drive viewership by how the stories and characters are presented (Runninglip).
He believes these elements need to be from real life, not fabricated by storytellers. Mr. Graebner has won many awards including the BMI and ASCAP Film and TV Awards and the Teen Choice Awards. Graebner believes his career has enjoyed being able to work with others. He has experience in different aspects of television production, with each contributing to his success as a producer. Bennett Graebner can look at the challenges of producing a TV show from different points of view, including production, makeup, and planning.
Mr. Graebner’s career progression can be a good case study, not only for television/film but for achieving success in life. His specific successes and/or his industry do not define his success, but his hard work and tenacity defines it takes most anywhere.
More about Graebner´s film productions at https://www.eonline.com/news/912604/how-the-bachelor-winter-games-found-its-international-stars