Zachary Halley, Producer (Drunk History, COMEDY CENTRAL)

A Google search of Zachary Halley returns the following results: He’s the first Zachary Halley that comes up so that’s promising.  He is currently the Producer of “Drunk History” on Comedy Central and the upcoming film TED K by Peter and the Farm director Tony Stone starring Sharlto Copley.  He was also a producer on “Still the King” for CMT, Love in Kilnerry, and Grind the short film he also wrote and directed starring Anthony Rapp.  He has worked on the TV Production teams of “You’re the Worst” (FX), “White Collar” (USA), “Tracey Ullman’s State of the Union” (Showtime), “Larry Wilmore’s Race, Religion & Sex” (HBO), “The Sarah Silverman Program” (Comedy Central), “The Men Who Built America” (The History Channel) as well as pilots, both scripted and reality, for CBS, MTV, Vh1, Bravo, Lifetime, Oxygen, and Logo.  He worked on the Post Production teams of Public Morals (TNT) and Crossbones (NBC).  His film production credits include Life of Crime starring Jennifer Aniston, The Details starring Tobey Maguire, You Got ServedThe Wicked, and one of the iterations of Faye Dunaway’s unfinished, but perennially anticipated: Master Class.  Like every Producer on LinkedIn, he runs a production company on the side, Chemically Altered Productions for his projects as a Director.  He’s directed web series including “It Takei’s Too” with George Takei, music videos – “Exes & Friends” for “The Voice’s” Meghan Linsey, short films, commercials, and concerts.  He also seems to have some sort of past as a musical theater actor in New York and regionally as well as one of the tenors in a concert version of Wonderful Town that toured all around Europe.  He’s also been an irreverent contributor to FierceandNerdy.com, the blog Overheard in New York, and he got onto Post Secret, but he doesn’t say which secret is his.  He doesn’t really Tweet, or Insta, but his Facebook is full of gems.  Like everyone who attended the Drama School at Carnegie Mellon University, he can’t wait to tell you he went there and how amazing Pittsburgh is despite what you’ve heard.  Finally way, way back in the search results it seems he grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah in a big family, but now he has a husband and the requisite little dog so maybe that Mormonism thing didn’t work out for him quite the way they all planned.  He is, however, still obsessed with Mormon mythology, but never calls it “mythology” in front of his devout mother.