Christopher A. Debiec



Christopher Debiec is an award-winning writer/producer/executive with an impressive thirty-year track record in all aspects of the entertainment industry.

Born and raised in Reading, Pennsylvania, Chris began his film and television career in Orlando, Florida working on a wide variety of commercials, music videos, television programs and feature films. Some of his credits in Orlando include Sylvester Stallone’s Oscar and The Crow for Miramax. In 1995 Chris relocated to Los Angeles to work on the film The Devil’s Advocate, followed by Mad City for Warner Brothers, The Out of Towners for Paramount Studios, and the ground breaking “first of its kind” live-action animation Dinosaur for Walt Disney Studios.

In November of 2000, Chris took on the most challenging project of his career to date spending six months in war torn, poverty-stricken Cambodia, as the Production Supervisor on Matt Dillon’s directorial film debut City of Ghosts for MGM/UA.

From 2000-2005 Chris was called on by Academy Award-winning writer/director/producer, James Cameron to supervise both physical and post production for Earthship Productions. The company produced the two-hour LIVE broadcast event entitled Last Mysteries of Titanic and the groundbreaking documentary Expedition: Bismarck for The Discovery Channel, as well asthe 3D/HD IMAX films Aliens of the Deep & Ghosts of the Abyss for Walt Disney Pictures.   Earthship was nominated for six Emmys with Chris and the team winning one for their production of Expedition: Bismarck.

In 2010 Chris was recruited as Vice President of Production at Entertainment One Television (eOne). He spearheaded the alternative programming division for all non-fiction show’s and pilots as well as the development of new projects for cable and network distributors such as Syfy, CW, WETV, BET, MTV, A&E, Discovery Channel, Oxygen and Fox Sports just to name a few. Chris was responsible for the successful development and execution of all pre-production, production, post production and master delivery of all eOne projects.

In 2017 Chris re-united with the Cameron family to create and executive produce a 2-hour documentary for NBC Sports and the United States Olympic Committee entitled – Scouting Camp: The Next Olympic Hopeful.  With rave reviews and multiple award nominations, Chris stayed on with the Cameron family – this time as Chief Content Officer for a start-up Tech/Entertainment company called Human Health Organization owned by brothers John and James Cameron.   

In 2020, the world turned upside down by the pandemic causing the Cameron family to pivot the Human Health Organization into a Covid-19 PPE and testing company. Chris, as COO, oversaw all testing and PPE protocols since May of 2020. HHO has tested over 500 productions including A-list actors, Film and TV Studios and streaming companies.

Currently, as CEO of newly formed Civilized Entertainment, Chris has built an award-winning studio focusing on the development and production of content directly related to Science, Technology, Environment, Art, Space, Expedition, Exploration, Medical and Historical Events.