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Steven Shareshian ’85



Steven Shareshian ’85 won a 2008 Emmy award for best dramatic miniseries as a producer of the HBO series John Adams, based on the book by David McCullough. The series won 13 Emmy awards out of 23 nominations—the record for the most Emmy awards received by a miniseries. He also won the Producers Guild’s Television Producer of the Year Award in Longform, the Golden Globe for Best Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television, a Peabody award and recognition from the American Film Institute for John Adams, awards that he shares with other producers of the series. Shareshian is head of production for Playtone, a film and television production company established by Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman. At Playtone, Shareshian has served as executive producer on such films as My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Starter for 10, and the 2008 film The Great Buck Howard.

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