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Mini Bio (1)

Slade Ryan Abisror is an Emmy Award winning Television Producer who started his career working on the original "Rosie O'Donnell" Show produced from the stages at 30 Rock in New York City. After moving to Los Angeles in 2002, Slade found success producing shows such as "Dr. Phil", "The Wayne Brady Show", "The Tony Danza Show", "The Megan Mullally Show", and ABC's game show "Wanna Bet". In 2006 Slade got the call to produce "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" where he would win two Emmy Awards in the Outstanding Talk Show category. After "Ellen", Slade grew his role in television production as an executive on The Oprah Winfrey Network's "America's Money Class". Slade then joined the hugely popular "TMZ" franchise as the Showrunner for both "TMZ Live" and "TMZ Sports". Slade has since Executive Produced "All About Sex" on TLC and oversaw several digital projects for Universal Music Group. In 2016 Slade joined the Emmy Award winning "Steve Harvey Show" as the Senior Supervising Producer, and in 2017 launched Steve Harvey's latest daytime chat show "Steve" as the Co-Executive Producer.

Slade is also the Executive Producer and CEO of Veteran Entertainment where he develops content for traditional television, as well as digital platforms. The name Veteran Entertainment pays homage to Slade's time spent in the United States Navy as well as his vast career in the entertainment industry.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: SA

Trivia (3)

Slade enlisted in the United States Navy after high school and spent four years serving in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
Slade grew up in Kendall, a suburb of Miami, Florida and attended Miami Killian Senior High School.
Slade won Emmy Awards for producing "The Ellen DeGeneres Show".

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