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Board of Governors

August 26, 2009

Tim Gibbons, Producers

A veteran television producer, director and writer, Tim Gibbons is Executive Producer on Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO), for which he’s been nominated for 6 Primetime Emmys,  won a Golden Globe, two Producers Guild of America (PGA) Producer of the Year awards, three DGA awards, and the Monte-Carlo Television Festival’s Outstanding Producer of the Year award. He’s also Executive Producer of Gigi’s Bucket List (IFC), and did the same for Kevin Hart's Real Husbands of Hollywood (BET), Betty Whites’s Off Their Rockers (NBC) and a slew of other series, pilots and specials. In addition to his service to the Academy, Gibbons is also VP of Television for the PGA (having earlier served as its president and on its National Board for 12 years). He started his career at Dick Clark Productions, and has worked on more than 130 productions throughout the years.

A veteran television producer, director and writer, Tim Gibbons is Executive Producer on Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO), for which he’s been nominated for 6 Primetime Emmys,  won a Golden Globe, two Producers Guild of America (PGA) Producer of the Year awards, three DGA awards, and the Monte-Carlo Television Festival’s Outstanding Producer of the Year award. He’s also Executive Producer of Gigi’s Bucket List (IFC), and did the same for Kevin Hart's Real Husbands of Hollywood (BET), Betty Whites’s Off Their Rockers (NBC) and a slew of other series, pilots and specials. In addition to his service to the Academy, Gibbons is also VP of Television for the PGA (having earlier served as its president and on its National Board for 12 years). He started his career at Dick Clark Productions, and has worked on more than 130 productions throughout the years.

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