Tim Hamilton Rejoins Production Company 2C As SVP, Development

Tim Hamilton Joins 2C

Tim Hamilton will rejoin production outlet 2C Creative & Content as its senior vice president of development, the North Miami company announced Monday. Hamilton had worked at the company at the start of his career.

Hamilton served as vice president at Tremendous! Entertainment in Los Angeles, where he launched that company’s West Coast development and production office, while overseeing a slate of domestic and international television projects. He created and executive produced “Ghost Asylum” for Destination America, “Angels Among Us” for TLC, “Off Pitch” for VH1, “Ghostland, Tennessee” for Animal Planet, “Family Addition with Leigh Anne Tuohy” for UP, and “Bama State Style” for A+E.  Prior to joining Tremendous, Hamilton was part of the development team at 495 Productions.

Executives at 2C hope Hamilton’s return to the firm will boost the company’s efforts at expanding its unscripted  work.

“Tim is the natural choice to champion the expansion of 2C’s development slate as we head into our next decade,” said Chris Sloan, founder and Chief Creative Officer of 2C, which is represented by William Morris Endeavor Entertainment. “I’ve had the pleasure of watching his successes over the past years, and I look forward to seeing this relationship come full circle as he rejoins us to make even more magic.”

Hamilton first met Chris Sloan and co-founder Carla Kaufman Sloan while he and Carla were producing series for Telepictures in Los Angeles. A few months later, the Sloans launched 2C Media in Miami, asked Hamilton to join them and gave him his first opportunity to executive produce and run a series. He produced “Project: Freshman,” “Be a Red Star” and the “My Network Premiere Special” before taking an opportunity to continue his development career in LA.

 

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