David Nevins (television producer)
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|Alma mater||Amherst College (BA)|
|Occupation||Television writer and producer|
Life and career
David has a BS in Business from Towson University and a MS in Administration from Johns Hopkins University. He has taught classes in the areas of marketing, public relations, advertising, management, and fundraising.
He was the executive producer of Fox comedy series Arrested Development. For this work on the show, he earned five Emmy nominations, and won one with the series when it won Outstanding Comedy Series in 2004.
Nevins has since done work producing both the CBS drama Shark and the NBC drama Friday Night Lights. In the case of Friday Night Lights, Nevins assisted in adapting the series from its root as both a book and a movie. He also serves as executive producer for the show. He is an executive producer for the crime drama Lie to Me.
Having served as President of the Jewish National Fund, he is currently on the board of directors of numerous other organizations, including the Port Discovery Children’s Museum, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Sterling Bank & Trust and the Baltimore County Revenue Authority.
- "About Us". http://nevinspr.com/. Retrieved 19 October 2013.
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