Sybil Curry Bio
Sybil Curry is a four-time Daytime Emmy® Award-nominated Producer and Telly Award winning
Writer and Executive Producer with achievement in television, film and the music industry.
Sybil’s father, Andrew B. Ferguson, Jr. won an Emmy® Award for the children’s program, “The Electric Company.” Following in her father’s footsteps, she has produced award winning shows such as; "The Dr. Phil Show," "The Tyra Banks Show," as well as syndicated court shows; "Divorce Court," "America’s Court with Judge Ross" and "Judge Joe Brown" among others.
Sybil has developed a niche casting style for finding that needle in a haystack. She has successfully cast the sensitive true crime docu-series for "Cold Justice: Sex Crimes" and "Cold Justice.” She also cast and produced the lifestyle show, “House Hunters.” She's worked on reality, dating and competition shows such as; "Love Is Blind," "Married At First Sight," "Guy's Grocery Games," “American Idol," "America’s Next Top Model," "Top Chef" and "The Apprentice.” In addition, Sybil has also coordinated and produced live red carpet shows and segments for the BET Awards.
With her varied experience; Sybil has also worked in the radio and music industry as a Special Projects Coordinator. Among her many achievements within the industry, Sybil was presented with a platinum record for her contribution to the Ruthless Records album, "E. 1999 Eternal" by Grammy Award-winning recording artists Bone, Thugs-n- Harmony.
Sybil began her career in corporate entertainment as a Facilities Manager with Telepictures Productions. She was the liaison for Warner Bros. facilitating space for all of the studio’s on-going television programs and pilots. While at Telepictures, Sybil received the Warner Bros. Achievement & Quality Performance Award.
Sybil is also a writer and film producer having wrote, executive produced and was the Art Director of the fashion film short, "Balance of Power,” which recently won the coveted Telly Award. She also was the Executive Producer and Art Director on the short film “The Audacity.”
In addition, she wrote, produced and cast the short docu-drama, "I Am History." The film was the official selection of The Los Angeles and San Diego International Children’s Film Festival and was highlighted during the Comic-Con International convention.
Sybil is also a playwright. She wrote the short play "Interrupted" that was selected and performed on stage in Australia for the SHORT + SWEET Global play festival.
Sybil is a content developer and produces sizzle reels. She also produces events through her company, Luv-A-Bull Productions. She recently produced the event, "A Filmmaker's Showcase" that featured some of her films.
Sybil’s favorite saying is, “Shoot for the moon, even if you miss you’ll still land among the stars!” She continues to dream big, reach higher, and create entertaining content.
Sybil is a current member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the Producers Guild of America.