Carrie Stein has worked in the entertainment industry for more than 20 years in all phases of the business, including feature film and television development and production.
Carrie is currently the Executive Vice President of Global Productions for Entertainment One Television. She is responsible for expanding the company both corporately and commercially in the global space, forging strategic alliances with global producers, packaging and overseeing production for international co-productions, targeting formats from key territories and acquisitions for eOne’s distribution pipeline. Carrie is the executive behind many of eOne’s successful co-productions including the recent comedy series Welcome to Sweden (NBC) and the multi award-winning limited series for CBC and BET, The Book of Negroes, starring Lou Gossett Jr., Cuba Gooding Jr. and Aunjanue Ellis. She has developed and is overseeing several new shows on eOne’s current slate of production including Havana Quartet for Starz, starring Antonio Banderas, Foreign Bodies for CH4, crime series Cardinal for CTV, starring Billy Campbell and Karine Vanasse and Ransom for TF1 and Shaw from Executive Producer Frank Spotnitz.
Prior to joining eOne, Carrie was Managing Director of 3 Arts International, a division of 3 Arts Entertainment, where she represented production companies and showrunners throughout the world and was instrumental in helping global clients expand their reach in television.
Carrie was the CEO of Alchemy Television, a UK based production and distribution company that exploded onto the television landscape producing a high-end slate of television properties including Coco Chanel, Ben Hur, The Company and distributing the CBS/CTV hit series Flashpoint. Prior to Alchemy, Carrie ran the longform packaging department at ICM for eleven years and was successful in packaging several international productions which ultimately led her to join Alchemy and focus full time on the global market.