Award-winning film producer, actor and philanthropist Lyle Howry has over thirty productive years in the entertainment business. Howry is an innovative and dedicated leader focused on finance, studio negotiations, and international film production and distribution. Howry is brilliant when it comes to skillfully traversing the making of a movie, from conception to silver screen. His global hit MMA film franchise "Street" has launched his entrepreneurial business Skinfly Entertainment into international fame and recognition.

Howry, an L.A. native was bounced around foster homes as a young boy, earned the nickname 'Pit Bull' for his ferocious tenacity, independence and innate desire to excel in the face of life's persistent challenges. He did just that and succeeded in making a name for himself in the competitive world of Hollywood.

As a young actor, he recurred on TV shows in the 1980's such as ABC's award-winning shows "Moonlighting," CBS's "Murder, She Wrote" and NBC's "Hunter" just to name a few.

With a desire to create, Howry stepped behind the scenes in 1985 to co-produce the two time Emmy winning and nominated CBS's "The Dukes of Hazzard" TV series. A few years later he executive produced "Reggie's Prayer," football legend Reggie White's inspirational acting debut. Then joined former Paramount studio head Frank Yablans to release Jon Voight family drama "A Dog of Flanders" which won a Bronze Gryphon Award and nominated for a Joseph Plateau Award.

In 1999 with the launch of his business Skinfly Entertainment Lyle Howry focused his artistic endeavors on finance, studio negotiations, international production, and distribution. Skinfly's MMA action combat film "Street" released in 2015 gained Howry international recognition with the reprise of STREET currently titled  "Dammaged" in pre-production. In 2017, Howry's Skinfly Entertainment released the thriller "You Can't Have It," starring Armand Assante, Joanna Krupa, and NFL star Rob Gronkowski.

Lyle's philanthropic work includes giving a portion of proceeds from his films to  "Phantom Rescue and other chairtys involved in Human Trafficking, He also generously supports PETA  and other Animal related chairtys.