Gloria Calderón Kellett

Gloria Calderón Kellett is the executive producer, co-creator, co-showrunner, director, and actress on the
critically acclaimed sitcom One Day at a Time. Coming later this year, her new Amazon Original series,
With Love, is the first series coming out of an overall deal between her company and Amazon Studios.

Last year, Calderón Kellett sold her first feature film, We Were There Too, which she will write and produce
with Natasha Rothwell (Insecure) for HBOMax. Described as a classic 80’s coming of age story set in a John
Hughes’ inspired Chicago, the film expands the Brat Pack genre by refocusing the narrative on those
traditionally buried in the background – the Brown kids, the LGBTQ kids, the Black kids, the real outsiders
– because they were there, too. Additionally, Calderón Kellett and her production company, GloNation,
began a new overall deal with Amazon Studios, where she is busy working on an exciting new slate of

The proud daughter of Cuban immigrants, Calderón Kellett graduated from Loyola Marymount University
and went on to earn a master’s degree in Theatre from the University of London, Goldsmith’s College.
Calderón Kellett spent her early years as a writer/producer on numerous shows, including Devious Maids,
Rules of Engagement, and How I Met Your Mother. Her acting credits include Jane the Virgin, Angie
Tribeca, Dead To Me, How I Met Your Mother, One Day at a Time
, and United We Fall, for which she also
wrote and directed. One of her proudest moments was appearing as a narrator on Drunk History (New
Orleans). Calderón Kellett has directed episodes of One Day at a Time, Mr. Iglesias, Merry Happy
, United We Fall and the Mad About You revival.

She is an ambassador for the non-profits ReFrame Project for Gender Parity and the National Women’s
History Museum. She is also a founding member of the Untitled Latinx Project, an advocacy group of Latina
showrunners, who most notably put together a “Dear Hollywood” letter about how to better address the
issues of the Latino community. With BuzzFeed/Pero Like, she launched a “Hollywood 101” web series
master class for new writers.

Awards for her work include The Television Academy Honors, Mental Health America Media Award, ALMA
Award, Imagen Award, Vanguard Award, NHMC Award, Sentinel Award, and The Voice Award. Calderón
Kellett is also one of the few creatives to have the distinction of receiving a 100% rating on Rotten
Tomatoes for One Day at a Time. She has been honored as an industry leader by The Hollywood Reporter
in their “Top Women in Entertainment” issue, the THR100 list issue, their “50 Agents of Change” issue and
is a consistent figure in the Industry Producer’s Impact Report.

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