Triny Beaty is an award winning producer, actor, and host from Atlanta, Georgia. Her ten-year career in Film and TV is decorated with multiple Emmys and film festival awards. Beaty is a candidate for a Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) in Film and TV from Savannah College of Art and Design. She completed her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) at Georgia State University with a major in Journalism & Media Studies and Theatre. 

She received two Emmy Awards during her tenure producing at CNN Español in Special Event Live News Coverage (2017) and Outstanding Breaking News Coverage (2018). In the same year, the Southeast Emmy Awards recognized the two-hour live production of the Shuler Awards which Beaty co-hosted in collaboration with Georgia Public Broadcasting and Georgia State University. 

Beaty has climbed the production ladder from production assistant to executive producer over the last ten-years; half of which, she spent working at CNN Español as an associate producer and CNN International as a live shot producer. As the C.E.O. of CineReal, she has built a commercial portfolio working with Cirque du Soleil, First Option Mortgage, and Medicare and Medicaid Services – all which have aired on TV. 

In the past year, Beaty has recently gained notoriety in the film industry, regionally and nationally, for her work in short films; Georgia Shorts Film Festival as the producer and supporting role in “Fine Thank You” (2022) and LA Independent Women Film Awards as script supervisor and supporting role in “Pinky Promise” (2022). 

As an actor, Beaty has accrued additional short film credits as the lead in “Purple Pill” (2023) and “Hakim’s Heart” (2023). She broke into the entertainment industry as a commercial actor for Coca-Cola, Title Max, and 7up. In print, she is best known for featuring in Kaiser Permanente, Fulton Cotton Mill Lofts, and Hardy Chevrolet advertisements.

She began her hosting career as an on-air-personality in 2012. Beaty’s live show Weekends with Triny exclusively aired on a Cox Media station while her top-ten series Monitor 10 went on to syndication in the Southeastern region. After her voice circulated in the Hispanic market, Beaty crossed over from radio to television broadcast.

She first appeared on-air as an anchor for Georgia State University’s student broadcast network, GSU-TV. While finishing her undergraduate degree, she hosted and produced episodes of Georgia Detours, Special Editions and Off The Record which broadcasted on Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB).