Good Clean Fun Promotes Nick Lee to President, Unveils New Exec Development Team
The non-scripted television production company, which has seen three series air in 2015, announced the appointment of five staffers.
Good Clean Fun is shoring up its executive ranks with the appointment of five staffers. Among them is Nick Lee, who has been promoted to president.
As an original member of the non-scripted television production company's team, Lee moves into his new position after serving as the company’s head of development and executive producer. He'll continue to be an executive producer on Good Clean Fun's production slate and will oversee casting, development and physical production.
“Nick and I have worked together since the earliest days of The Bachelor and it is rare to be able to work with such a talented person who shares your vision for producing and storytelling,” said company founder and CEO Jason Carbone. “2015 has been a great year for our company and to continue our momentum it is important to reward the team that has made that possible.”
Other executive appointments include Lesley Prescott Peters, who is taking over as head of development. She will collaborate directly with Lee and Carbone on the creative aspects of the company’s slate, and will focus on developing the tone and style of Good Clean Fun formats. Peters will be supported by the following team: Janet Price, executive in charge of production; Andrea Listenberger, director of development; Kristen Webley, director of casting; and Nicole DiMascio, development coordinator.
Carbone added: “Lesley has shown fantastic leadership and knows the intangibles needed when developing an idea into a network ready show and series. She will be supported by a fantastic team that brings a fresh approach to television that features fun and innovative formats that are original and entertaining for audiences throughout the country.”
The announcement comes as the company has been expanding its development and production slate. Earlier this year, Good Clean Fun launched TBS' Meet the Smith’s, as well the VH1’s faux docuseries Barely Famous and season two of Cooking Channel’s Rev Run’s Sunday Suppers.