Talent Guide

Felipe Dieppa

  • Discipline:Producer
  • Program Year:Fast Track 2014, Grants and Awards 2014, Producing Lab 2014


Felipe Dieppa entered the film industry as an actor at the age of six, originating the voices for several notable children’s cartoon characters, including “Diego” on Nickelodeon’s Dora the Explorer, starring in soap operas, and making his feature debut in Dan in Real Life (Touchstone Pictures/Disney). He later transitioned into film production, working as a locations manager and assistant director on several films, television shows, and commercials. In 2009, he moved into producing and went on to serve as an Associate Producer on Brazzaville Teenager and Co-Producer on Supporting Characters, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. Most recently, Dieppa produced Trouble Dolls, starring Will Forte, Meghan Mullaly, Jess Weixler, and premiering at the 2014 Los Angeles Film Festival, and executive produced Shut Up and Drive, both alongside Starstream Entertainment (The Butler, Life After Beth), where he later worked as their Director of Productions. In addition to Operator, Dieppa is currently a producer on Sweetgrass, being directed by Veena Sud (creator of AMC’s The Killing) and starring Toni Collette (The Way Way Back, Little Miss Sunshine, United States of Tara).

Current Project



When Joe, a computer programmer and obsessive self-quantifier, models the personality for a digital customer service voice on his wife, his carefully controlled life is thrown into chaos.