Who are the people who have made it possible for us to watch ‘Teen Wolf? Read on;
Developer Jeff Davis
Jeff Davis was born in Milford, Connecticut on July, 13th 1975 and is known as a writer and producer.
Davis graduated from Vassar College with a degree in film and he then went on to receive a master’s degree in screenwriting from the University of Southern California. He is the creator of Criminal Minds and was co-executive producer for the first season. Davis is also the Developer, writer, and Executive Producer of the MTV series, Teen Wolf.
Executive Producer Tony DiSanto
Tony DiSanto is a founding partner and co-owner, along with Liz Gateley, of DiGa,a studio and production company hybrid staked by IAC mogul Barry Diller and Electus founder Ben Silverman.
From June 2009 through January 2010, DiSanto served as the President of Programming at MTV, supervising the development and production of all series, specials, and feature films for television. During his tenure as President, the network’s ratings rose 30 percent with reality hits such as Teen Mom, 16 and Pregnant and Jersey Shore, three of the highest rated shows in cable television in 2010. DiSanto also ushered in a return to scripted programming at the channel with The Hard Times of RJ Berger, Teen Wolf and Skins, the latter two of which will launch in 2011.
DiSanto began his career as an intern at MTV. He graduated to directing commercial spots, music videos, and electronic press kits for bands. By 2003, as Head of Production, DiSanto was supervising special events as well as creating and executive producing shows. DiSanto’s early efforts include creating Say What? Karaoke and Global Groove, and co-creating Total Request Live with Carson Daly. DiSanto is a graduate of the Kanbar Institute of Film, Television and New Media of the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.
Executive Producer René Echevarria
René Echevarria is an American-Cuban Screenwriter and film producer. He has written for Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as well as the TV series Now and Again, Castle, Dark Angel and Medium, and is co-creator and writer of The 4400. He also co-writes Teen Wolf.
Executive Producer Liz Gateley
Liz Gateley currently serves as Senior Vice President, Series Development, for MTV. Liz is also a founding partner and co-owner, along with Tony DiSanto, of DiGa, a studio and production company hybrid. In what Liz describes as her “dream job,” she is responsible for leading the development of ground-breaking new weekly and daily series for the channel including both scripted and reality projects. Ms. Gateley is probably best known for creating the game-changing hit reality series, Laguna Beach, inspired by her childhood growing up in Palos Verdes, California. It was the first thing she pitched at MTV back in 2003, the summer in which she started, and she went on to serve as Executive Producer of that series. Her next creation was 8th & Ocean, which also went on to become a hit series for MTV. Since then, she has developed a diverse slate of hits series for the network, which most recently included Teen Mom and 16 and Pregnant, on which she also served as executive producer. Ms. Gateley has successfully expanded MTV programming to include hit shows such as The Hills, Randy Jackson Presents America’s Next Best Dance Crew, The Buried Life, Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory, Nitro Circus, The City, Human Giant and Run’s House as well as the revealing 2009 documentary, Britney Spears: For the Record which kicked off Britney’s comeback. High profile projects in development under Ms. Gateley’s guidance include the series “Teen Wolf,” a thriller reinvention of the 1985 blockbuster film, and the critically acclaimed British hit series, “Skins.” Recent projects include two scripted comedy series, The Hard Times Of RJ Berger and Warren The Ape which aired in June 2010.
Executive Producer Michael Thorn
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Executive Producer Marty Adelstein
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Producer Monica Macer
Macer is a Vassar College graduate. She began her career in theater arts in New York City.
She co-produced an independent feature film, Park Day and won the Audience Award at the Urban World Film Festival for that movie. She then focused on television. She worked as an assistant at Nickelodeon Movies and a creative executive for the Walt Disney Company. She was then selected by the Fox Writers Program. She was a producers’ assistant for the second and third seasons of 24. She went on to become a writers’ assistant for the first season of Lost in 2004. Macer and the Lost writing staff won the Writers Guild of America (WGA) Award for Best Dramatic Series at the February 2006 ceremony for their work on the first and second seasons. She became a story editor and writer on Prison Break. She was an executive story editor for the short-lived Knight Rider remake.