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Jerry Kolber

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Jerry Kolber is television show and podcast creator and producer, and the co-founder and CEO of Atomic Entertainment Group. As a showrunner, he oversaw production of A&E's Inked and [[Confessions of a Matchmaker|Confessions of a Matchmaker<][1], NOFX: Backstage Passport, and many others. As a production finance executive and line producer, he worked on New York Undercover, the launch season of Sex and the City, and the original Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.[citation needed]

While working with National Geographic, Kolber was part of the team that developed Brain Games[2]. His company Atomic, with Kolber and producing partner Adam Davis as showrunners, produced the first five ratings record-setting seasons of Brain Games, earning the duo their first Prime Time Emmy Nomination. The original concept has spawned three spin-off versions of the series, including a new version launching in 2022.[citation needed]

Kolber is a frequent collaborator with Pharrell Williams and Mimi Valdes of iamOTHER. Their partnership created the ground-breaking children's science series Brainchild on Netflix[3], and the documentary HYDRATION, about the inaugural year and community effects of Pharrell's Something in the Water music festival in Virginia (coming soon).[citation needed]

Kolber and Davis created the podcast Who Smarted? in 2020, which has become one of the most popular children's educational podcasts in the world. Kolber also voices the Trusty Narrator on the series.[4]

Kolber graduated from NYU Tisch School of the Arts and Miami Palmetto Senior High School.[citation needed]


  1. Kearns, Michelle. "Local Matchmaker Gets Reality Show". Buffalo News. Buffalo News. Retrieved 26 January 2022.
  2. Marlow, Jeffrey. "Inside the Reality TV Revolution". Wired Magazine. Wired. Retrieved 26 January 2022.
  3. Montes, Patrick. "Pharrell Williams Brainchild". Hypebeast. Retrieved 26 January 2022.
  4. Patterson, Lindsay. "Podcasts For Big Kids". New York Times. New York Times. Retrieved 26 January 2022.

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