Prince Charmin'

Prince Charmin'

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Biography

Britt Wynn got his first taste of the entertainment industry at a young age as a commercial screenwriter, ghostwriting a slew of straight to DVD features for Hollyhood Cinema (Repos, Little Mailman, Internet Dating).

Hailing from Chicago, Britt was one of the most successful young writing talents to emerge under the age of 18.

Alert, shrewd and enthusiastic, Britt explored what hip-hop mogul Master P dubbed "the era of new film making," capturing the urban environment through a series of comedic films, which introduced a number of talented actors into the Hollywood firmament.

Several of Britt's films were released in 2006 - 2009 by First Look Home Entertainment and Code Black Entertainment and are all available at large retailers worldwide and online.

When Britt was 15 years old, he was signed as a songwriter to the now defunct Chicago Recording Company "Ty Shawn Productions," along side C.O.A.S.T.A.L, a rap group he also managed, which due to circumstances, the group never reached their full potential.

Be that as it may, in one of those wonderful bits of serendipity that helps propel a talented person onto the right career path, Britt's life changed forever.

After making his mark as a screenwriter and departing ways with Hollyhood Cinema, Britt adopted the name Prince Charmin' and picked up the mic.

No longer in Master P's stable, PC now offers a glimpse into who he is today as a producer, singer, songwriter, and screenwriter.

Looking toward the future, he envisions his multi-layered career in terms of chapters of a never-ending fairy tale that includes an openness to explore anything his schedule permits.

November 2007, Britt wrapped up production for a pilot he co-wrote, starring Zachary Williams (Romeo!), Oren Williams (Rebound) and Chelsea Tavares (Just Jordan), entitled: "Calvin and Freddie's Cosmic Encounters."

'Cosmic Encounters' was produced by Troy Rowland (The Lizzie McGuire Movie / A Cinderella Story), Rugg Williams, Sabina Cabe; and was directed by Eric Dean Seaton (Cory in the House / That's So Raven).

Currently (2009), Britt gears up for his debut album release under the moniker Prince Charmin'.