Nancylee Myatt has been writing and producing primetime television, features and plays for over 20 years. Some of Ms. Myatt’s television credits include, "Night Court," where she worked the last two seasons of its nine-year run and wrote the series finale. She was on the staff of the groundbreaking political satire "The Powers That Be" with her mentor Norman Lear, as well as producing and writing on "The Five Mrs. Buchanans" and "Living Single" for which she won a NAACP award.

Ms. Myatt created and produced the teen sitcom "Social Studies" for UPN. She wrote and produced a cop show pilot set in New Orleans about two women who were partners in work and life called “Nikki & Nora” for Warner Bros. and UPN.

Ms. Myatt launched and served as the Co-Executive Producer/Show Runner, Writer and Director for the first two seasons of “South Of Nowhere” on TEENick (MTV networks). The show was nominated 2 years in a row for a GLAAD Media Award for Best Outstanding Drama, and a Teen Choice nomination for best break-out show.

Recently, Ms. Myatt was the Executive Producer/Show Runner for Cedric the Entertainer’s series “All Rise.” She also co-wrote with Ralph Macchio a pilot for ABC Family called “Cupidity.” And just wrapped an episode of the hit CBS series “NCIS-NOLA” for the 2015-16 season.

In her spare time you can find Ms. Myatt at the track betting the horses or in search of great cocktails and conversation...