CLAIRE KOSLOFF is a veteran Executive Producer and Showrunner of nonfiction television. Over the past 15 years she’s developed and produced series for myriad broadcast, cable and streaming buyers, including ABC, NBC, FOX, NETFLIX, MTV, YOUTUBE PREMIUM, A&E, HISTORY, LIFETIME, NAT GEO, ANIMAL PLANET and GSN. Her work comprises over 200 hours of programming in a wide range of genres. A passionate and accomplished storyteller, Claire is dedicated to creating impactful, organic and intelligent content that maximizes entertainment value without sacrificing integrity. Claire’s series have garnered widespread praise and recognition, including Emmy nominations and the Television Academy Honors award.

Previously, Claire spent 2 years in the agent trainee program at United Talent Agency, where she worked with top tier actors, directors and writers in the Motion Picture Talent department. She began her career in casting at Columbia TriStar Television.

Born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, Claire earned a B.A. with honors in Film Studies from Yale University, where she was the recipient of the Mead Cup for college leadership and was selected as an Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Junior Scholar. Claire’s senior thesis film, Me, completed under the guidance of Oscar-winning documentarian D.A. Pennebaker, won her the university’s Howard R. Lamar Prize in Film & Video. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband Adam, their three school-aged children and a tiny calico cat named Milkshake.