Good Clean Fun taps Nick Lee as president, bolsters exec team

Good Clean Fun, the LA-based prodco behind Cooking Channel's Rev Run's Sunday Suppers, has bolstered its ranks by tapping Nick Lee (pictured) as president and making five appointments to its executive development team.
June 22, 2015

Rev Run’s Sunday Suppers producer Good Clean Fun has bolstered its ranks by tapping Nick Lee (pictured) as president and making five appointments to its executive development team.

The promotion will see Lee, an original member of the Good Clean Fun team, transition into the role of president after having served as head of development and executive producer. Reporting directly to CEO and founder Jason Carbone, Lee will continue in his role as an executive producer with the company, overseeing casting, development and production.

“Nick and I have worked together since the earliest days of The Bachelor and it is rare to be able to work with such a talented person who shares your vision for producing and storytelling,” said Carbone in a statement.

Lesley Prescott Peters, meanwhile, will shift into Lee’s former role as head of development. Peters will contribute to the creative aspects of the company’s slate alongside Carbone and Lee, and is to further concentrate on developing the tone and style of original formats.

“Lesley has shown fantastic leadership and knows the intangibles needed when developing an idea into a network-ready show and series,” Carbone added. “She will be supported by a fantastic team that brings a fresh approach to television that features fun and innovative formats that are original and entertaining for audiences throughout the country.”

Supporting Peters will be a team made up of Janet Price, exec in charge of production; Andrea Listenberger, director of development; Kristen Webley, director of casting; and Nicole DiMascio, development coordinator.

Price is to provide oversight on the business for all aspects of production, including the hiring and managing of production and post-production crews. The promotion will see her take charge as exec in charge of production on all Good Clean Fun productions moving forward, a title she previously held for Good Clean Fun’s Barely Famous (VH1), Meet the Smiths (TBS) and season two of Rev Run’s Sunday Suppers.

Listenberger, as director of development, is to focus on the creation and development of original formats and will continue to serve as a producer on forthcoming projects for the company. She will work alongside DiMascio, the company’s latest development coordinator responsible for spotting viewership and demographic trends to further Good Clean Fun’s content slate. As director of casting, Webley is set to supervise the prodco’s casting department and its associates.

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