Keiren Fisher

Keiren Fisher is a Network Executive and has been a hands-on professional producer in the field of entertainment for over 30 years, whose work spans all aspect of production in network broadcast, cable, live events, and series television programming.

Keiren Fisher is a Network Executive and has been a hands-on professional producer in the field of entertainment for over 30 years, whose work spans all aspect of production in network broadcast, cable, live events, and series television programming.

She currently is enjoying her 21st year at Nickelodeon as Senior Vice President of Production, West Coast, and supervising majority of the live action on the West Coast, as well as managing the day to day operations of Nickelodeon's hit series. Fisher currently supervises production on Nickelodeon's highest rated program Henry Danger, Game Shakers, The Thundermans, Nicky, Ricky Dicky & Dawn, School of Rock and a new series Knights Squad. In prior years, Fisher supervised production on two new Movies Made for TV for Nickelodeon Shredderman and Last Days Of Summer, TV series iCarly (program/website), Zoey 101, Just Jordan, Drake & Josh, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, Unfabulous and Nick Jr's The Fresh Beat Band, All That and Kenan & Kel.
Before working for Nickelodeon, Fisher produced many programs but one of her most challenging was the Mark Burnett reality adventure race, a 350-miles race in Cairns, Australia for The Discovery Channel called Eco Challenge – Australia. The Eco Challenge although considered a sporting event was actually a five – one hour series illustrating the spirit and challenge required by all competitors through difficult terrain handling many disciplines (i.e. mountain climbing, kayaking, repelling, etc.). The stories of their victories and defeats were the highlight of this program engulfed by the beautiful scenery of Australia. Eco-Challenge was Executive Produced by Mark Burnett and the reality show inspiration for the CBS series Survivor.

Fisher worked for MPH Entertainment producing documentaries for A&E and The Sci-Fi Channel. Fisher produced War of the Worlds which was hosted by then infamous director James Cameron. Other projects include working four consecutive years on HBO's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado. The U.S. Comedy Arts Festival introduced up and coming comedians to the entertainment industry as well as producing yearly, 5-7 hours of comedy programming with such talents as Rodney Dangerfield, George Carlin, Bill Maher, Monty Python and others. Most of this programming aired live on such networks as CBS, HBO and Comedy Central. Fisher received an Emmy nomination for her work as producer on George Carlin: 40 Years of Comedy.

In 1996, Fisher had the honor to work with Quincy Jones and the Kennedy Center in associate producing Concert Of The Americas for The White House, presented to President Clinton and his guests of (30) dignitaries from the North and South Americas. Concert Of The Americas was a 3-hour special, which aired on PBS. Concert of the Americas highlighted music from both North and South Americas including performances from Liza Minelli, Tito Puente, Rita Marley, Dr. Maya Angelou and hosted by Michael Douglas. The challenge while working with dignitaries and noted talent the program required intense security working with the White House staff and secret services while attempting to produce an entertaining program.

Fisher experience has spanned almost all aspects of production, comedy sitcoms, sketch comedy, movies made for TV, documentaries, reality based programs, live events, film festivals and even game shows.

Additional Credit List:

American Comedy Awards
American Detective
Big Help-A-Thon, The (2 years)
Blade Warriors
Catch A Rising Star
Concert Of The Americas
Dating Game, The
Dennis Miller: Citizen Arcane
Dennis Miller: Kickin' Aspen
Eco-Challenge - Australia
El Show de Paul Rodriguez
George Carlin: 40 years of Comedy
Kickin' Aspen
Kid's Choice Awards (2 years)
Miss Collegiate African American Pageant
NAACP Image Awards (4 years)
National Easter Seals Telethons (4 years)
Newlywed Game, The
A Night At the Fillmore
Quiz Kid's Challenge
Ripley's Believe It Or Not!
Rodney Dangerfield's 75th Birthday Celebration
Saturday Night Live Reunion
Setting The Agenda: Indecision '96
Showtime At The Apollo
Stand For Children March on the Lincoln Memorial
Star Games
Star Search
Super Mario Brothers
Top of The Pops
The Ultimate Challenge
U.S. Comedy Arts Festival (4 years)
Vida Awards
War of the Worlds

Ms. Fisher has been a member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and Producers Guild of America for many years.

Emmy Nominations
Producing George Carlin: 40 Years of Comedy HBO
School of Rock Nickelodeon (3 years in a row)
Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn (won Primetime Emmy for Cinematography)
Fresh Beat Band Nickelodeon (won 3 Primetime Emmys)
ICarly Nickelodeon (nominated for 7 Primetime Emmys)

Cable ACE Awards:
Roundhouse Nickelodeon (nominate, 2 years)

updated 12.12.17

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Awards & Nominations

1 Nomination
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