Steven Kavner

Founder and Managing Director

Developing a number of properties for kids, tweens, and teens including Subterralien, Ishy, Cheat Code, and Ta-Da!. The advertising division has created and produced national commercials for Hit Entertainment, Sesame Workshop, NCircle Entertainment, and Radica USA as well as corporate and sizzle videos.

Previously, Steven was the co-producer of the critically acclaimed PBS Children’s Series, Wishbone. The show received the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award for Excellence in Broadcasting and 4 Daytime Emmy Awards as well as receiving the Television Critics Association Award for best children’s program two years in a row. Their feature-length presentation, Showtime presents Wishbone’s Dog Days of the West was co-produced, co-written, and co-starred Steven and was nominated for four Daytime Emmy Awards. At Lyrick Studios, Steven became Senior Producer for New Media where he redesigned the studio’s icon, Barney website and created and produced all of their on-air advertising. He was also the Creator and Executive Producer of The Wishbone Romp, Lyrick Studios’ first venture into mobile touring as a marketing tool featuring Wishbone in 3-D Doggie-Vision!

Previously, Steven has created and developed numerous other projects for television including “The Crew”/aka “Post 66” for CBS. He was also the Creator, Director, and Instructor of his own Improv Studio in Hollywood, Improv For the Actor after being an instructor at the famed Stella Adler Academy. Steven was also an actor for many years in which he received two DRAMA-LOGUE Awards for excellence in acting and appeared on many television shows and commercials including recurring roles on the Daytime Dramas Bold and the Beautiful and Generations as well as Hill St. Blues, Gidget’s Summer Reunion, The New Leave it to Beaver, Lou Grant, Dynasty, and Remington Steele, as well as being a performer for many years with the acclaimed improv troupe, The Groundlings.

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