Peacock Alley hires new EVP of content production

TORONTO — Production company Peacock Alley Entertainment announced today the hiring of Mary Anne Waterhouse for the newly created role of executive vice-president of content production. An award-winning producer whose experience spans three decades and more than 70 productions, Waterhouse will be responsible for building and leading Peacock Alley’s content production team and further growing the company’s development and service-producing slate alongside president Carrie Mudd, says the company’s press release announcing Waterhouse’s appointment. Her hiring follows the internationally successful release of Tiny Pretty Things for Netflix, in which Mudd served as an executive producer and Waterhouse as a producer. “The...

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