Guy Oseary is an Israeli-American businessman who has worn many hats. He began his career in entertainment at 17 at what would to become Maverick Records. There he rose through the ranks by developing a noteworthy array of talent, including the Deftones, Michelle Branch, Prodigy, and Alanis Morissette. In 2000, he earned his first film credit as a producer on the crime drama "Turn It Up." From there he went on to executive produce a wide range of film and television projects including the horror movie "House of 1000 Corpses," the children's action comedy "Agent Cody Banks," the reality competition show "I'm from Rolling Stone," and the late night talk show "Last Call With Carson Daly." In 2004, he became a principal in Untitled Entertainment, a management company whose clientele includes Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore, Penelope Cruz, and Naomi Watts. The next year, Oseary became the manager of his longtime business associate, Madonna, and has since been named the godfather of her son, Rocco. He also serves as manager for late night personality Carson Daly and writer/director Alex Rodriguez. Additionally, Oseary is an author of several books including "Madonna: Confessions, Photography by Guy Oseary," "Madonna: Sticky & Sweet, Photography by Guy Oseary," "On the Record," and "Jews Who Rock."