Matthew Crouch is chairman of the board and CEO of the Hollywood, California production company Gener8Xion Entertainment. Previously, he was CEO of a Hollywood based independent film and television production company which produced a theatrically released film, The Omega Code in 1999. That film, starring Casper Van Dien, Michael York, and Catherine Oxenberg, was the highest-grossing limited-release feature of that year. Crouch has served as vice president of the Christian-themed. Trinity Broadcasting Network. Prior to this, he was the co-producer of the TBN movie China Cry. In 1984, Crouch and Jim Hodson were the first hosts of TBN's Christian music-video program, Real Videos. After Crouch married his wife, Laurie, Hodson left the program and Laurie became co-host until the couple departed the program in the 1990s. Other films produced by Crouch's companies include Megiddo: The Omega Code 2 (2001); One Night with the King (2006), the story of Queen Esther; Carman: The Champion; and Noëlle (2007). In 2009, Crouch directed and, with Laurie Crouch and others, produced the documentary feature The Cross: The Arthur Blessitt Story.