Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas serves as executive producer on the NBC drama “Shades of Blue” and "World of Dance."
Goldsmith-Thomas has held such top positions in the industry as senior vice president of International Creative Management, and partner and co-head of Revolution Studios East. She is currently a producing partner with Jennifer Lopez and oversees Lopez’s Nuyorican Productions. She is also a producing partner with Halle Berry and oversees Berry’s 606 Films. Goldsmith-Thomas is actively developing many film and television projects for both companies.
Beginning her career at the William Morris Agency in the late 1980s, Goldsmith-Thomas rose in a decade to become one of the top female agent in the industry, guiding the careers of actors such as Lopez, Julia Roberts, Tim Robbins, Madonna, Susan Sarandon, Patrick Dempsey, Jennifer Connelly, Matt Dillon, Darren Star and Spike Lee.
She has produced and overseen many successful films, including “13 Going on 30,” starring Jennifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo; “Maid in Manhattan,” starring Jennifer Lopez, Ralph Fiennes, Bob Hoskins, Natasha Richardson and Stanley Tucci; “Mona Lisa Smile,” starring Julia Roberts, Kirsten Dunst, Julia Stiles, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Marcia Gay Harden; “Little Black Book,” starring Brittany Murphy, Holly Hunter, and Kathy Bates; “Perfect Stranger,” starring Halle Berry, Bruce Willis and Giovanni Ribisi; “Bandslam,” starring Lisa Kudrow, Vanessa Hudgens, Aly Michalka, and David Bowie; “Kit Kittredge, An American Girl,” starring Abigail Breslin, Joan Cusack, Jane Krakowski, Stanley Tucci, and Willow Smith; and “The Boy Next Door,” starring Jennifer Lopez and Ryan Guzman, produced with Jason Blum. She also produced “Kidnapped” with Lorenzo D’Boneventura, which stars Berry and is due out in 2016.
In television she is in her third season as executive producer, along with Lopez, of the critically acclaimed TV series “The Fosters.”
Most recently she executive produced the drama series “Extant” with Berry and Steven Spielberg.