Aaron Harberts has served as an executive producer, showrunner, and co-showrunner on series such as Revenge (2011), Mercy (2009), Pushing Daisies (2007), Reign (2013), and GCB (2012). Harberts spent his childhood in Richmond, Indiana and his formative years in Fort Lauderdale, Florida before returning to the Midwest to attended Northwestern University. It was there that he met his writing partner, Gretchen J. Berg. Moving to Los Angeles in 1995, he spent time in the assistant trenches before being hired onto the original Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990) for its last two seasons. Since then, Harberts and Berg's work has earned them a Peabody Award Nomination, Saturn Award, Logo's NewNowNext Award, and a GLAAD Award Nomination. Harberts and Berg have worked together for over 20 years. They are both recognized for their blended tone of comedy and drama, as seen on Pepper Dennis (2006) and Pushing Daisies. Harberts lives with his husband in Los Angeles, California.