Kent Weed founded reality television powerhouse A. Smith & Co. Productions with Arthur Smith in 2000 and brings more than two decades of experience in unscripted formats to bear as an executive producer on all of the company's projects, including the Emmy® and People's Choice Award-nominated hit show Hell's Kitchen, as well as Kitchen Nightmares, American Ninja Warrior, I Survived a Japanese Game Show, Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, Full Throttle Saloon, The World According to Paris, Unsung, American Gangster, Pros Vs. Joes, UFC Countdown, The Swan, and Trading Spaces. In addition to his duties as president and executive producer, Weed oversees the direction of the company's projects, receiving a Directors Guild of America nomination for I Survived a Japanese Game Show, and winning the international Rose d'Or award for best reality show in 2009. He also directed Crash Course for ABC, as well as Skating with Celebrities, I Married a Stranger, and Cookalong Live with Gordon Ramsay for FOX.
A total change happened when he got eye surgery. From this event, it led him to his purpose.
Now, he's a Mindvalley Master Certified Trainer.
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