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Everyone Can Eat began in 2013 when co-founder, Michael v. Greene joined the fight to ban disposable plastic bags in Los Angeles and was tapped by the environmental non-profit group, Ademas, to shoot a PSA that would create an impact. The viral PSA was played in front of the LA City Council just before they were set to vote, and on June 17, 2013, Los Angeles became the largest city in the nation to ban disposable plastic bags with an 11-1 vote.

Since then, ECE has continued to create socially conscious content geared toward swaying public opinion in matters of health and the betterment of humankind, working regularly with the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute, USC’s Keck School of Medicine, LAC+USC hospital and LA County’s Department of Health Services. Through storytelling, ECE strives to amplify the voices of the causes and the people who need it the most.


Michael v. Greene is an award winning writer-director and co-founder of Everyone Can Eat. He penned and directed his debut feature film “LIVE”, in 2018. It is distributed by Entertainment Studios / Freestyle Digital Media and currently streaming on numerous platforms. Michael is a consummate collaborator and his body of work has been inclusive and diverse since day one.

Kellie Greene is the co-founder of Everyone Can Eat. She is a regular pitch person for major consumer brands and has been featured in over 70 national commercials. After a life changing guest appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Kellie walked away from corporate America and carved out a successful career as an actor.

Sean McBride is a rising star on the Los Angeles comedy club circuit and has made multiple appearances on Hulu’s “Comedy Time”. He is also a highly regarded writer-producer and in 2020, as the Chief Content Officer of The Laugh Bureau (TLB) digital media and film/television production company, Sean brokered a distribution deal with Sirius/XM radio, providing residual income and exposure for many talented comedians.

Norman Towns is an actor, model and producer, who has steadily climbed the ranks in Los Angeles since his arrival. He has a re-occurring role on HBO’s “Insecure” and can be seen in the feature film, “The Gambler”, starring Mark Wahlberg. In 2020, at the height of the global Covid-19 pandemic, Norman created and developed the concept of pairing local social media influencers with USC Doctors as a way of educating the general public, as part of the VaccinateLA campaign.