Jeremy Gold, Executive Vice President, Creative Affairs, Endemol Shine Studios
Jeremy Gold was named Executive Vice President, Creative Affairs, Endemol Shine Studios, in March 2015. Gold was formerly Executive Vice President, Creative Affairs for Endemol Studios, where he has overseen a broad slate of series and active development in the U.S. including “Hell on Wheels” (AMC) on which he serves as executive producer and “Kingdom” (DirecTV), which was recently given a second season, 20-episode renewal. Gold also served as the studio executive overseeing all aspects of development and production on “Low Winter Sun” (AMC) and “Red Widow” (ABC).
Prior to joining Endemol in 2008, Gold served as Senior Vice President, Comedy at FOX, where he oversaw all comedies for the network. Before joining FOX, he was Vice President, Comedy Development at 20th Century Fox Television, where he developed numerous series including Emmy Award-winning “The Bernie Mac Show” and “Arrested Development.”
He previously was Vice President of Talent and Development for Robert Morton's ABC-based Panamort Television, where he developed and produced several projects including John Leguizamo's “Freak” for HBO and the comedy series “Over the Top” for ABC.
When Panamort entered into partnership with Carsey-Werner Television, Gold was instrumental in the development, casting, production, and launch of the original slate of programming for the Oxygen Channel.
He also served as Director of Primetime Casting for ABC, where he was part of the Emmy Award-winning casting team on "NYPD Blue."
In 2002, Gold was featured in The Hollywood Reporter's "Next Generation" Issue. His film producing credits include the independent movie “How You Look To Me.” A graduate of Northwestern University, Gold began his career as an actor and theatrical producer. He was Co-Founder and Artistic Director of the Zena Group Theatre in New York City, an award-winning non-profit theatre company.