As the President & Executive Producer of Atlas Media Corp, Bruce David Klein has been a recognized pioneer, industry leader, and creative force behind hundreds of hours of high-profile, award-winning unscripted series, specials and theatrical documentaries. He has created, written, directed, produced and/or executive-produced series and specials such as Hotel Impossible (Travel), Dr. G: Medical Examiner (Discovery Health/TLC), Playing With Fire (E!), Epic Win (MTV), Stalked: Someone’s Watching (ID), Brainwashed (Discovery Channel), The Mind Of A Murderer (ID), Behind The Bash with Giada De Laurentiis (Food), Breaking Vegas (History), and It Can Happen Tomorrow (Weather). He wrote & directed the TV movie Who Killed Chandra Levy? (TLC) and the theatrical documentary, Meat Loaf: In Search Of Paradise. Most recently, he produced the acclaimed theatrical documentary Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened with Stephen Sondheim, Hal Prince, Jason Alexander (named “Top 10 Films of 2016” by NY Times, Newsweek, etc) which premiered to raves at the New York Film Festival before its national theatrical run and Netflix premiere. Klein has moderated and appeared on numerous panels for organizations such as NATPE, Realscreen, the Producers Guild, and NYU Film School and his work has been featured and reviewed in publications such as theNew York Times,Variety,Crain’s NY Business, and Entertainment Weekly. Klein is a member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, and serves on the Executive Committees of the National Association of Television Program Executives (NATPE) and the Nonfiction Producers Association (NPACT).