VP, Non-Fiction & Alternative Programming AMC, Sundance TV, BBCA
AMC, BBC America & SundanceTV
As vice president of Non-fiction Programming for AMC, BBC America, and SundanceTV, Kelly Nash oversees each networks’ non-fiction programming development, as well as their current series, including the multi-part franchise docuseries, AMC Visionaries, with seasons of Robert Kirkman's Secret History of Comics, James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction, and Eli Roth's History of Horror. For AMC, she spearheaded the late-night female talk show, Unapologetic with Aisha Tyler, as well late-night talk show, Geeking Out with Kevin Smithand Greg Grunberg. Nash also oversaw the true crime series, Ministry of Evil: The Twisted Cult of Tony Alamo and No One Saw A Thing for SundanceTV.
Previously, Nash served as Vice President of Development for Fishbowl Worldwide Media, where she developed various shows for a multitude of networks including the CW, Discovery, MTV, E!, Bravo, WEtv, Fuse, TruTV, HGTV, and more. She also created the hit Yahoo web-series, Ultimate Proposal. Nash began her career in entertainment at Creative Artists Agency in Los Angeles and later worked on the feature comedy A Lot Like Love, starring Ashton Kutcher and Amanda Peet, where she worked under the Line Producer. After transitioning to television, she served in various roles for Oxygen Network, New Line Television and for executive producer, Marty Adelstein.
Nash is currently an executive member of Women In Film and a member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.