Sharon Levy joined Spike in 2005 and has overseen the development of many of the network’s most ambitious and successful series including “Ink Master,” “Bar Rescue,” “Auction Hunters,” and “Tattoo Nightmares.”
Levy is currently developing the network’s extensive slate of new series including some of cable’s most highly-anticipated shows in 2014 including “Hungry Investors,” “Catch A Contractor,” and “Frankenfood.”
Levy, a 2013 member of Hollywood Reporter’s annual “Reality Power List,” has worked with many of Hollywood’s most creative minds in the world of factual entertainment. Her ability to connect with the Spike viewer in developing distinctive and impactful programming has resulted in developing the network’s top non-scripted series to date.
Prior to joining Spike TV, Levy worked at Stone & Company Entertainment (formally known as Stone Stanley Entertainment) from 2000-05 as Senior Vice President Programming/Executive Producer. From 2000-2001, Levy served as director of public relations at Comedy Central in Los Angeles where she launched publicity campaigns for the hit series, “The Man Show” and “South Park.” Previously, she was senior publicist at Sci-Fi Channel from 1999-2000, where she worked on “Mystery Science Theater 3000.” Levy was also a publicist at Comedy Central, based in New York, from 1994-1999.
Levy graduated from SUNY Albany with a B.A. degree in European History