Evan Rosenfeld was born in Miami, Florida where he graduated from the University of Miami. He currently lives in Los Angeles, California. Evan worked for Miami based production company rakontur from 2006-2011 as a producer on projects such as ESPN's The U (30 for 30) and Cocaine Cowboys 2 (Magnolia Pictures).
In 2012, Broke, a documentary Evan produced, premiered on ESPN to kickoff their second "30 for 30" season. Broke looks at the intersection of money and sports in the last 20 years, and the recent epidemic of big stars losing it all. Broke premiered to 2.53 million viewers, becoming the highest rated film in the "30 for 30" series, besting a previous record set by Evan's other project, The U.
Also in 2012, Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke, a short film Evan was the Executive Producer of, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews.
Evan is currently producing and directing a feature documentary about the introduction of American Football to India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Part of this work can be seen airing as a documentary series on Ten Sports in India.
The rakontur documentary he produced, Dawg Fight, a brutal expose on underground backyard MMA fighting in one of Miami's toughest neighborhoods, will be released in 2013.