Gloria Calderón Kellett

Co-Showrunner, One Day at a Time | Writing for Change: Addressing Social and Political Issues on TV

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Gloria Calderón Kellett is the executive producer, co-showrunner, director and actor on the critically acclaimed Netflix reimagining of the classic sitcom “One Day at a Time.” She wrote and executive produced the comedy pilot “History of Them” at CBS. She was a writer/producer on “iZombie” (CW), “Devious Maids” (Lifetime), “Mixology” (ABC), “Rules of Engagement” and “How I Met Your Mother” (both CBS). She is currently developing two new comedies at CBS, “Just Like Us” about a Latinx family and “Most Likely” which is about a diverse friend group. Her awards include: The Television Academy Honors, Mental Health America Media Award, ALMA Award, Imagen Award, Vanguard Award, NHMC Award, Sentinel Award, and The Voice Award. She is also one of the few creatives to have the distinction of receiving a 100 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Calderón Kellet is a former stand-up comic and was a founding member of the sketch comedy group “And Donkey Makes Five.” Acting credits include: “Jane The Virgin,” “Angie Tribeca,” “Dead To Me,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Trophy Wife” and “One Day at a Time.” One of her proudest moments was appearing as a narrator on “Drunk History” (New Orleans). She graduated from Loyola Marymount University and went on to earn a master’s degree in theatre from the University of London.


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