You can email Andy at: SecretSauceTV (a) gmail (dot) com

Andy’s resume is here.

Samples of his video work are here.


An expert in developing successful original content, branded entertainment, celebrity shorts and pop culture commentary, Andy Signore has mastered viral strategy, tallying more than 350 million views of online content for which he continues to direct, produce, write and edit.

His work has also garnered numerous accolades, including making Variety’s 2013 Comedy Impact List, winning LA Weekly’s 2009 “Best Online Video” Award and a 2007 MTV Movie Award for “Best Spoof” for his viral video “United 300.”.

Born and raised in the Philadelphia area, Signore has been driven to write and produce unique digital content since childhood. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Columbia College Hollywood in 2003 and shortly thereafter wrote, co-directed, and starred in his first feature length film, the cult slasher comedy THE JANITOR - for which he was quickly able to secure a domestic distribution deal.

Signore then focused his attention to online content, quickly establishing a unique voice and understanding of the internet. After releasing several of his own successful videos through his comedy brand SecretSauceTV, he signed up as Director of Digital Content with The Collective - a Beverly Hills distribution company and talent management firm - where he developed, wrote and shot promotional and original video opportunities with their wide roster of talent (Kevin Nealon, Eddie Izzard, Garry Shandling, etc...)

Signore was then invited by Disney’s Internet Media Group, to become a lead producer of the Original Content Development team for, working closely with various Disney departments including Consumer Products, Legal, and Marketing.

In 2009, Signore moved to Break Media - one of the premiere leaders in online content and distribution. There he created, wrote and directed numerous hit series for the company including the massively popular series / brand: “Honest Trailers”. As well as “The ScreenJunkies Show”, “Speakeasy with Paul F Tompkins” and the extremely successful “Man At Arms”.

In October 2013, Break Media merged with Alloy Digital to become Defy Media, where Signore currently works as the Director, Programming.

Throughout his years as a digital content maker and online strategist, Signore has consulted and worked with everyone from A-list film talent including Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg’s “Point Grey Pictures”. To top tier YouTube talent such as "The Annoying Orange," where he wrote one of the series’ most viewed installments, "Lady Pasta", and the widely popular "FRED", where he helped ease its star’s digital transition from successful YouTuber to Nickelodeon TV star.