Marina Naumova - Asian-American TV & Film Alliance
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Marina Naumova

Based in Moscow, Marina Naumova is a very successful Sony Pictures TV International creative producer and liaison working with Hollywood writer/showrunners and their local Russian counterparts to bring hit American television series to adaptation fruition in Russia. She contributed significantly to several of the most successful sitcoms in Russian history, including “Married…with Children” (“Schastlivy Vmeste”), “Everybody Loves Raymond” (“The Voronins”), and “My Fair Nanny” (“Moya Prekrasnaya Nyanya”) and is a proven expert at joining different cultures in successful production.

In 2012, Marina was promoted to Director of Comedy Development for Sony Pictures in Russia and has worked most recently with NBC Universal and the CBS television network as they attempt to enter the Russian market.