Nick Abdo is a forty year creative professional of Motion Pictures, Television, and Interactive Media.
His start came in television as an Apprentice Writer/Production Assistant on The Odd Couple.
After four months he became Associate Producer of that show, where he remained in that capacity for the remainder of
the series.
He went on to Associate Produce the first three-camera season of Happy Days and later became a producer of that series
as well as Laverne & Shirley.
He moved on to produce several other situation comedies before moving into feature films.  Some of his most notable film
credits are Beaches with Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey; Overboard with Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell; Nothing in
Common with Tom Hanks and Jackie Gleason; and Frankie and Johnny with Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer.
He functioned as an Associate Producer or Co-Producer or Executive Producer on those and other films before moving
back into television where he produced or directed episodic television, pilots and Movies of the Week.

Cory McCrum began her career with the visual effects team on Star Wars, after which moved into Picture Editorial.  The
cutting room ultimately launched her into the world of associate producing and post-supervision on several Universal
Television projects. 
As her career advanced, she joined Walt Disney Studios as Manager for Features Post Production and over saw such
projects as Pretty Woman, Dead Poets’ Society, and Honey I Shrunk the Kids. 
After five years at Disney and hiring her future husband (one way to meet “Mr. Right”), she began freelancing, Post
Supervising and Post Producing such features as The Dark Half, FX2, Under Suspicion, Finding Neverland, Bad Santa,
Stranger Than Fiction and HBO projects such as Indictment:  The McMartin Trial, Bright Shining Lie, Conspiracy and
Gathering Storm. 
Nick Abdo
Cory McCrum
Read More
Read More