Cream Productions shakes up ownership

Kate Harrison is promoted and becomes co-owner with David Brady as co-founder Christopher Rowley retires.
Kate Harrison

Cream Productions’ Kate Harrison has been promoted to president of the indie producer and joint owner, as co-founder and executive producer Christopher Rowley retires from the company.

Rowley co-founded Cream Productions with CEO David Brady in 2003.

Harrison, who was EVP of production and has been with the company for six years before her promotion, will now co-own the Toronto-based producer with Brady.

The ownership change follows Cream Productions receiving new season orders for Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan for BBC America, BBC Worldwide and OLN Canada, and the true-crime docudrama Fear thy Neighbor for Investigation Discovery.

Cream Productions is also at work on the History Canada series The Great Canadian Dino Hunt.