Emmy Award winner Louis Deon Jones, Psy.D., is more than a screenwriter, producer or director, he is a dedicated father. A native of Chicago, Louis currently resides in Los Angeles.
Known for his award-winning digital series, “Cycles and NoHo: A North Hollywood Story,” Jones also produced the Daytime Emmy Award winning film, “The Girl in Apartment 15” which earned him a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Daytime Fiction Program.
Jones most cherished role is being the father of a daughter.
What legacy are you leaving for your children and the children of your community?
The legacy I want to leave to my child and future children is knowledge. I want my children to be knowledgeable about mental health, education, finance & investments. I want to teach my children to be respectful and knowledgeable about the unique people all over the world and how to co-exist with everyone.
How would you describe your fatherhood culture?
My fatherhood culture is being a provider and an involved parent as well. I do not live in the same state of my child, but I fly in every month to be present, spend time, and help with my child. I provide for my child whenever she needs anything, and we have FaceTime calls daily.
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