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Board of Governors

August 26, 2009

Tim Gibbons, Producers

Tim Gibbons, a veteran television producer, director and writer, has spent the last 12 years on HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm, for which he has won a Golden Globe, two Producers Guild of America Producer of the Year (Comedy) awards, three DGA awards, the Monte-Carlo Television Festival’s Outstanding Producer of the Year (Comedy) award, and has been nominated for six Primetime Emmys. He is also executive producer of Kevin Hart's Real Husbands of Hollywood on BET, which is going into its third season. In addition to his work for ATAS, Gibbons is also on the PGA’s National Board of Directors (and served as its president for two years). He started his career with four years at Dick Clark Productions, and has worked on more than 130 productions through the years.

Tim Gibbons, a veteran television producer, director and writer, has spent the last 12 years on HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm, for which he has won a Golden Globe, two Producers Guild of America Producer of the Year (Comedy) awards, three DGA awards, the Monte-Carlo Television Festival’s Outstanding Producer of the Year (Comedy) award, and has been nominated for six Primetime Emmys. He is also executive producer of Kevin Hart's Real Husbands of Hollywood on BET, which is going into its third season. In addition to his work for ATAS, Gibbons is also on the PGA’s National Board of Directors (and served as its president for two years). He started his career with four years at Dick Clark Productions, and has worked on more than 130 productions through the years.

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