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Emmy award-winning producer David Nevins was named President of Imagine Television in July 2002, where he oversees development and production and executive produces all Imagine Television productions.
Nevins has five shows currently in production, including two of this fall's most highly anticipated new shows, "Friday Night Lights" and "Shark" starring James Woods. Other shows that premiered this summer are NBC's "Treasure Hunters," and "Saved," a drama starring Tom Everett Scott. He also served as executive producer on Fox's "Arrested Development," which garnered an Emmy for best comedy series and a Golden Globe nomination.
Additionally, Mr. Nevins developed and executive produced five other shows: "Miss Match," on NBC starring Alicia Silverstone and Ryan O'Neal, "Quintuplets" starring Andy Richter, "The Inside" starring Rachel Nichols and Peter Coyote, "The Big House" starring Kevin Hart and "Misconceptions" starring Jane Leeves.
Prior to joining Imagine Television, Nevins served as Executive Vice President, Programming, at FOX Broadcasting Company. He oversaw all development and current programming for both comedy and drama series. During his three-year tenure, he developed Imagine Television's award-winning drama "24," which he continues to oversee in his current position. He was also responsible for the development of "Bernie Mac," "Boston Public," "Andy Richter," and "Grounded for Life."
Previously, Nevins served as Senior Vice President, Primetime Series at NBC, where he was responsible for the development and ongoing creative supervision of such renowned dramas and comedies as "ER," "West Wing," "Will & Grace," "Homicide: Life on the Street" and "Law & Order: SVU."
Before joining NBC, Nevins was Vice President, Creative Affairs for Lewis Chesler Productions, and prior to that, served as a media relations associate for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee in his hometown of Washington, D.C.
Nevins graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts. He and his wife, Andrea, live in Los Angeles with their daughter, Clara and two sons, Charlie and Jesse.