Danny Rose (Los Angeles, CA) (June 2016 - Present)

Danny has been producing episodic television for the last 19 years, enjoying a reputation of delivering consistently high-rated entertainment with much sought-after talent including directors, writers, authors and actors. Danny currently serves as an Executive Producer on the hit CBS drama series SCORPION. And produced all 102 episodes of COUGAR TOWN with Courteney Cox and helped move the show from ABC to TBS.

Danny started his broadcast network career on the successful show SPIN CITY in New York City with Michael J. Fox. After the first 3 seasons, Touchstone TV (now ABC Studios) moved Danny to Los Angeles to run development and produce with Bill Lawrence. Their third pitch was purchased and Danny went on to produce all 182 episodes of the nine-seasoned, Emmy-nominated SCRUBS with Zach Braff. In 2016, Danny Executive Produced ZOE EVER AFTER, a multi-camera sitcom series starring Brandy Norwood for BET network and TODRICK, a non scripted docu-series surrounding the world of mega YouTube star, Todrick Hall, for MTV. And earlier this year, BET premiered the highly anticipated CHASING DESTINY, where Kelly Rowland is tasked with forming the next major girl group.

Other notable producing credits include the NBC sitcom pilot UNDATEABLE, the FOX sitcom pilot SURVIVING JACK, and the Zach Braff one-hour drama pilot NIGHT

LIFE also for FOX. He additionally executive produced the E!/Ryan Seacrest Production’s non-scripted series THE WANTED LIFE.

Born and raised in Miami, FL, Danny graduated with an MFA from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts after transferring from Tulane University in New Orleans, majoring in business. He has lived in LA since 1999 and is represented by Chelsea Radler and Ashley Holland for scripted TV and Alix Hartley and Jonathan Swaden for non-scripted TV at Creative Artists Agency.

Danny’s philanthropic efforts are the only endeavors larger than his producing career. He and his family are regular supporters of immensely impactful charities like Cindy Lauper’s True Colors Fund, which provides funding and resources to homeless LGBT youth across the country. In addition, he continues to take part in the nonprofit All American High School Film Festival aka The Teen Indie Awards charity, annually judging on a panel reviewing Millennial short film submissions from across the country. Partnering with countless celebrities and other notable directors and producers, the charity aims to inspire the next generation of creators to achieve their dreams.

Danny Rose and his husband Aaron Rosenberg hosted a Democratic National Committee fundraiser at their home in Hancock Park, honoring President Obama. John Legend was the musical guest and co-hosts included Kelly Rowland, Shonda Rhimes and Michale Lombardo amongst others. He stays heavily involved in the local community, offering creative advice to those fresh in the industry and recommendations for seasoned execs alike. No matter the situation, Danny Rose is always there to greet it with a smile - a noticeable, humanizing quality found few and far between in others at his level.