Wayne Garvie has been promoted to President, International Production for Sony Pictures Television (SPT).

Garvie succeeds Andrea Wong, and has been overseeing SPT’s international productions on an interim basis for the last several months. As President, he will lead the studio’s international television production business, overseeing the creative teams outside the US as well as SPT’s 20 owned and joint-venture international production companies around the world.

Garvie, who is based in London, will continue to report to SPE Chairman and CEO Tony Vinciquerra.
Garvie was previously chief creative officer for international production at Sony Pictures Television, where he was responsible for creative development across SPT’s global network of production companies outside of the US.

In this capacity, he has overseen deals including SPT’s recent partnership with Stolen Picture, and shepherded productions including The Crown for Netflix and the forthcoming BBC/Amazon project A Very English Scandal.
Garvie joined SPT in 2012 from All3Media, where he was managing director of international production.

Previously, Garvie was managing director for content and production at BBC Worldwide.

Staff Reporter

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