Don't Know This Guy?
Here's Everything You Need
to Know About Troy!
He's a writer!
He's written four behind the scenes/episode guides to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., was a contributor to several of the Guidebooks to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, co-authored the in-world technical manual Ghostbusters Ectomobile Owner's Workshop Manual, helped Marvel Studios’ Visual Development department teach you How to Paint Characters the Marvel Studios Way, and he has written copy for Warner Bros. and the MGM-owned CHARGE! and COMET networks!
He's a producer!
He's co-produced several feature films including the documentaries Studio 54 and Cleanin' Up the Town: Remembering Ghostbusters. Most recently, he’s signed on to production manage upcoming productions for the new Disney+ platform. He's produced and directed digital branded content series for the Disney Digital Network. He's also worked for years as a field and bay producer for theatrical marketing on all sorts of movies like Deadpool, Gravity, Star Wars, and Transformers!
He's a nerd (but don't worry, it's okay)!
He's co-hosted and produced a podcast on Ghostbusters for the last several years, knows the Star Wars universe inside and out, and can tell you November 5, 1955 was the seminal moment for time travel according to Back to the Future.
He's from Colorado and loves cold weather and snow sports!
Skiing, hockey... so why does he live in Los Angeles? The food. Mainly.
There's tons of more cool stuff to get to know Troy on this site, please feel free to explore!
TROY BENJAMIN is an author, writer, producer, part-time audio and on-camera host, sometimes dabbles in theatrical film marketing, and probably most noticeably an executive (but not a weirdo) nerd with an encyclopedic knowledge of the geek variety.
As an author, he’s curated the insight of Marvel Studios' VisDev department for How to Paint Characters the Marvel Studios Way, authored Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Seasons One through Four Declassified, and the Haynes Ghostbusters Ectomobile Owner's Workshop Manual, and contributed to the exhaustive Guidebook to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He also writes guest columns for the COMET and CHARGE television networks. He is currently in development and writing several forthcoming projects.
As a producer, he’s co-produced Studio 54, a documentary on the world's most famous nightclub, a documentary on urban planning and the iconic Jane Jacobs and Robert Moses, Citizen Jane: Battle for the City, the Alfonso Cuarón executive produced look at the evolution of filmmaking techniques, Looking to the Stars: The Evolution of Space Films, and is also a co-producer on the upcoming behind the scenes documentary Cleanin’ Up the Town: Remembering Ghostbusters for Bueno Productions. In addition, he’s worked for over ten years in marketing and behind the scenes content on projects for Marvel, Disney, Lucasfilm, Universal, Fox, Paramount, Sony, Warner Bros., Microsoft, and Summit Entertainment. He’s been trusted with content for properties including Star Wars, Transformers, X-Men, Fantastic Four, Alien, Gravity, Halo, Peanuts, The X-Files, Twilight, Deadpool, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and countless others. He’s currently working with Disney+ on several upcoming projects.
And last but certainly not least; you might recognize him as an on-camera host for Ivan Reitman’s Ghostbusters-centric production company Ghost Corps, and the YouTube show Still Playing with Toys Live. Or you might recognize his voice as a frequent podcast guest and the co-host of the Ghostbusters Interdimensional Crossrip, a weekly Ghostbusters fan podcast (that yes, he also produces).