Dwayne Shattuck serves as Executive Vice President, Production. In this role, Shattuck oversees production for the growing roster of scripted television programming produced by ITV Studios in the U.S. market and supports Tomorrow Studios in all areas of production. Previously, Shattuck served as Senior Vice President, Production, Endemol Shine Studios. Before joining Endemol Studios, Shattuck produced 52 episodes of the television series "Mad Men," where he won multiple Emmy, Golden Globe, Directors Guild and Producers Guild Awards. In 2010, Dwayne won AFI's "Producer of The Year, in Episodic Television." He also produced the period drama "Magic City" for The Starz Network, "Push Nevada" and "Skin" for producers Jerry Bruckheimer, Ben Affleck and Sean Bailey. Shattuck started in the film industry as a set medic, and has worked as an Assistant Director, Production Manager, and then Producer.