OK, maybe it is time to start saying we’re in another tech bubble.Bravo announced yesterday a new reality show called “Silicon Valley.”
Randi Zuckerberg, Mark Zuckerberg’s sister, will be a producer.
The show will follow young professionals to show what it’s like to start a company.
We’ve rounded up the seven people that are going to star in the show.
Hermione Way is the video director at The Next Web and founder of Newspepper and is perfect for reality TV.
Way is a British video personality who become super connected in Silicon Valley.
She is known for her British accent and doing spontaneous things.
He has helped launch 43 companies across three continents in consumer tech, clean tech, and medical tech.
He is most known for appearing on Channel 4's TV show Secret Millionaire.
He was the first dot.com kid in Europe, after launching companies at the age of 15.
He moved here from England to get a taste of the startup scene. He also moved here to spend time with his sister Hermione Way. It's the first time they've lived together. Their parents got divorced when they were young kids.
Kim Taylor is an account director at Ampush Media and going to be the girl from the Midwest that everyone can relate to.
She is a founding employee at a self funded online marketing startup called Ampush Media. She is the head of sales and business development.
She left everything behind in the Midwest and moved to California to do a start up with 3 ex-Wall Streeters (also friends) who wanted out of the finance after the financial crisis and recruited her from Chicago. She told them if they hired her, they wouldn't need outside capital.
She's the female Ari Gold.
Jay Holanda is a model, producer, and founder of a stealth startup. He splits his time between LA and San Francisco.
Marcus Lovingood is the founder of Futureleap, a social media production company and will bridge the tech scene in SV to Hollywood.
He is a rising star in the film world. He came here from San Diego.
He runs a site that helps people save on automobile purchases.
David Murray is a founder of a startup that is still in stealth. He did computer science at Carnegie Mellon and is a fantastic programmer, according to somebody who knew him there.
According to his Google Plus bio, he was head of product of Raptr, user experience lead at Atari, and product manager at Google.
Randi Zuckerberg, Mark Zuckerberg's sister, will be the producer. No, she won't actually be in the show.
Randi, who was the former marketing director at Facebook, left to start her social media firm R to Z Studios.
In an interview with NBC Bay Area news, Randi said 'I'm a strong believer in innovation and entrepreneurship and hope that through this series other people will be inspired to build the next break out companies and technologies.'
We wonder if her brother Mark will make an appearance.