Carlene Marshall-King has worked in the world of Film and Television for more than 20 years. She started her career at the BBC as a floor assistant and swiftly worked her way through the ranks of production via experience as a stage manager, location manager, first-assistant director and line producer.
Her accreditations range across a variety of BAFTA award-winning programme’s including ‘Later with Jools’, ‘The League of Gentleman’, ‘Mistresses’, ‘Horrible Histories’, ‘Pulling’, ‘Wedding Belles’ and ‘The Inbetweeners’. In 2012, Carlene was appointed Head of Production for Comedy and Drama at FremantleMedia overseeing a number of primetime programmes, in particular ‘Birds of a Feather’, ‘The IT Crowd’, ‘Phoneshop’, ‘Count Arthur Strong’ and ‘Suspects’.
She is also a Director of ‘Graft Films & Y4 Media Ltd’ which produces shorts and promos, most notably ‘The Ring Cycle’ with Natalie Dormer.
In June Carlene produced a short film with “Rushes” which was awarded runner up in the 2017 Cannes Lion Straight8 competition and came 1st in the audience vote award.
A keen sports fan, Carlene is proud to be a Liverpool FC season ticket holder.