Steve November

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Steve November
Born Steven Frost
(1972-09-12) 12 September 1972 (age 44)
Yorkshire, England
Nationality British
Occupation TV Producer
Years active 1996–2016
Television Emmerdale
Coronation Street

Steven "Steve" November (previously Frost; born 12 September 1972) is a British television producer.

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He was the series producer for the long-running soap Coronation Street from February 2006 until May 2008. He also worked as a series producer for Emmerdale from April 2001 until December 2004.

His other credits include The Royal and Drop the Dead Donkey. He has also acquired the nickname of the 'Iceman' from the British tabloid press.

Since January 2009, he has been the executive producer for Emmerdale,[1] replacing Keith Richardson who left after 24 years. He has since been succeeded in this role by John Whiston.[2]

In 2016, November confirmed he was leaving ITV after 16 years. It is believed he may be hired by BBC after the loss of executive Polly Hill to ITV, this would prove to be the first time in which the BBC and ITV have swapped executives and placed them in exactly the same roles.

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