Lewis, A.J. Biography

biography of Lewis, A.J.

17 July 1977, Natick, Massachusetts, USA
A.J. Lewis is an Emmy-winning producer and Vice President of Fanology Social. In 2005, he co-founded Attention Span Media, the brains behind Hulu's most watched web series, _"Dorm Life" (2008)_ (qv). Among his TV credits, A.J. produced AMC's _"Sunday Morning Shootout" (2003)_ (qv), hosted by Variety's Peter Bart, and the BIO series _"Shatner's Raw Nerve" (2008)_ (qv). An alumnus of UCLA's prestigious MFA Producers Program, Lewis has worked under such luminaries as former Sony Pictures studio chief Peter Guber and David E. Kelley, creator of _"Boston Legal" (2004)_ (qv), _"Ally McBeal" (1997)_ (qv) and _"The Practice" (1997)_ (qv). A.J. received his B.A. from Harvard where he was two-time captain of the Division I Men's Volleyball team.

-   Performed the role of Judge #5 in Jennifer Lopez's 2003 music video "I'm Glad" (Epic Records), an homage to the 1980s movie classic, Flashdance.

-   Directed and produced UCLA's Anderson School of Management admissions recruiting video in 2003

-   Executive Producer - Crimson Edition, Harvard University's TV newsmagazine (1996-1997)

-   Series Producer - ucla: next, UCLA's weekly magazine show (2002-2003)

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