“Any Day Now” exec producers Nancy Miller and Gary Randall have sealed a deal with ICM and will explore new television opportunities.
The duo’s pact will be overseen by ICM co-prexy Nancy Josephson, who said the signing represented a “major coup” for ICM.
“We are extremely pleased to be working with Nancy and Gary, who are two of the most respected creative names in television,” Josephson said.
In addition to exec producing “Any Day Now,” Miller co-created the Lifetime skein. She also created and exec produced the short-lived ABC drama “Leaving L.A.” and served as a co-exec producer of NBC’s “Profiler.”
Miller also served as a supervising producer on the short-lived dramas “The Monroes,” for ABC, and “Against the Grain,” for NBC. Additionally, she created and produced NBC’s “The Round Table,” and wrote the TV movie “On the Track of Murder.”
Besides exec producing “Any Day Now,” Randall also produced “Leaving L.A.” with Miller. Randall was previously president-founder of Grand Prods., exec producing made-for-TV longforms such as CBS’ “A Song From the Heart” and “Beauty.”
Randall’s resume also includes a stint as president of production at Paragon Entertainment, and in the early 1990s was president of Spelling Television, where he oversaw production of series such as “Melrose Place.” He also served as president of Orion Television.