He has been producer or executive producer for such shows as Dancing with the Stars, Big Brother, Ibiza Uncovered, Red Handed, The Pride of Britain Awards and Popstars. In 2001, after his success with launching Big Brother UK and Popstars, he was hired as BBC's head of New Entertainment Development. A year later he was hired by 19TV, the company that produced Pop Idol and moved to the United States.
After working on shows for multiple US networks, he went on to show-run Dancing with the Stars from inception to season 18. Following this he show-ran Utopia and You the Jury as well serving as executive producer on My Kitchen Rules for Fox, and is show runner of The Gong Show on ABC.
He is currently resident in Los Angeles, working as executive producer on numerous projects for broadcast networks. He has won BAFTA, RTS, Broadcast and Montreux TV Festival Awards for his work in the U.K and been nominated for multiple Producers Guild and eight Emmy Awards for his work in the US. He has won People's Choice, GLAAD, NAACP Image Awards amongst others in the US.
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