Lucienne Papon is Executive Vice President, Creative Affairs at ITV Studios America, where she oversees development and current programming in the U.S. market.
She joined ITV Studios America in 2015 as Senior Vice President, Development, and was responsible for the continued growth of the studio’s extensive development slate across multiple cable and broadcast networks and OTT services, as well as execution of its current series.
Papon previously was Head of Development and Production for Martin Campbell Productions, where she launched the company's television division based at ABC Studios, co-executive produced series Killer Women (ABC). She had previously worked at the company as their VP of Production and Development for film and television. Her film credits include Co-Producer on Edge of Darkness and Co-Producer on Green Lantern.
For her work, Papon has been appointed an Exceptional Women Awardee (EWA) by the Exceptional Women Awardees Foundation (May 2018). She was the first recipient of the Producer’s Guild Debra Hill Fellowship (2005) and currently serves as an active member of the fellowship's selection committee. Papon is a teacher for UCLA’s Department of Film, TV and Digital Media Summer Institute as well as an MFA thesis advisor.
She graduated from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she was a Morehead-Cain Scholar and she holds an MFA from the Producer’s Program at UCLA’s School of Film, Television and Digital Media. Papon resides in Los Angeles, CA with her husband and their two boys.