Jason Clodfelter

Jason Clodfelter


Sony Pictures Television

Jason Clodfelter serves as co-president of Sony Pictures Television Studios, the production side of SPE’s television business, with Chris Parnell. Together they oversee all creative aspects of the television studio including U.S. Drama and Comedy Development, Reality & Syndication, U.S. Scripted & Current Programming, Talent & Casting, Movies & Miniseries and TriStar Television.

Formerly, as executive vice president, U.S. drama development and programming for Sony Pictures Television (SPT), Clodfelter guided the development of scripted programming for drama series, working with writers and producers on projects for broadcast, cable, and streaming outlets.

During his tenure at SPT, Clodfelter has helped to develop many of the studio’s high-profile dramas, including Bloodline, Masters of Sex, Justified, The Night Shift, The Get Down, Mad Dogs, Sneaky Pete, Houdini & Doyle, Game of Silence, Unforgettable, Damages and Drop Dead Diva.

Prior to joining SPT in 2006, Clodfelter served as vice president of development for Spelling Television, Inc., where he developed the series Wanted and Saving Grace, and was the director of development for John Wells Productions.

He is the producer of films Crabgrass Manifesto, which screened at the Sundance Film Festival, and Something Close to Heaven, which made its television debut on The Sundance Channel.

Clodfelter is a graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts.

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