Hello Mary creates unscripted content that grabs your attention and travels the world.
The Royals: A History of Scandals
Five Holes One Goal
One Night Stand (series)
One Night Stand Pilot
The Buildings That Fought Hitler
Vic & Bobs TCM Take Over
How Animals Talk To Each Other
Lorraine Cox: Head of Finance
Lorraine started her career in Live Events, before working in Advertising as a Management Accountant. She then made the move into TV and went onto work at Ricochet for 10 years as their Financial Controller. She now works at Hello Mary as Head of Finance.
Kea Edwards: Production Coordinator
After graduating with a Psychology with Criminology degree, Kea joined Hello Mary in 2021 as Production Secretary working on One Night Stand and Five Holes One Goal. She is now the Production Coordinator on all Hello Mary productions.
Abby Ross: Production Executive
Abby landed her first TV job at Channel 4 working as an assistant in the programme finance department. From there, she went on to make a career in production management over two decades working on a long list of successful TV shows from Documentaries to Features such as The Great British Menu, The Culture Show, Imagine with Alan Yentob, Hairy Bikers Bake-ation and the Great British School Swap.
Abby joined Hello Mary in September 2020. Since then she has helped the company produce and deliver One Night Stand (series and pilot),The Buildings That Fought Hitler, Survivors and more recently the digital E4 series Five Holes One Goal.
When she’s not busy working on a cost report or creating a budget, you’ll find Abby down at her local parkrun, running a 5k personal best.
Paul Hughes: Development Executive
Having started his career in regional television (being sworn at by both Cornish comedian Jethro and gangster rapper Ice-T in the space of a month), Paul’s glamourous television production career saw him go on to work on the likes of Booze Britain, The Jeremy Kyle Show and The Secret Millionaire.
Inextricably Paul decided to turn his attention to development working for the likes of the Studio Lambert, Two Four, Channel Five, Remarkable and the BBC among others securing commissions for everything from quiz shows to access based documentaries to primetime American reality series. As Head of Development at Mentorn, Paul delivered an array of projects for the BBC, Channel 4, Five and Fox.
Clare Hollywood: Creative Director
Hollywood has worked on some of the biggest brands in television. As Head of Commissioning at LivingTV she was responsible for turning Most Haunted into a zeitgeist series, commissioned Queer Eye UK, Britain’s Next Top Model and Jade’s PA amongst other channel-defining hits. At Sky she commissioned An Idiot Abroad and Grease: The School Musical.
In 2012, Hollywood moved indie side. She was Head of Entertainment and Popular Factual at Zig Zag and helped rebrand the company and build their factual entertainment slate. She has also been an Executive Producer/Creative Head working for Talkback, Two Four and ITV amongst other indies and created and exec’d series for all major UK networks.
Steve Regan: Founder and CEO
Over 20 years Regan has produced, commissioned and developed some of the UK’s biggest formats, many of which have gone onto global success and he has been fortunate enough to spend equal time at broadcasters and in production.
Before establishing Hello Mary, he was at VIACOM for over 8 years where he first became Head of Development and Production at MTV. He went on to commission some of the biggest hits with 16-34’s including; Geordie Shore, Ex On The Beach and Catfish and transformed the flagging channel commercially and creatively. VIACOM then moved him to Channel Five. He was responsible for bringing Lip Sync Battle to the UK alongside reality hit Make or Break?, as well as shows such as Up Late With Rylan and It’s Not Me It’s You. Steve also commissioned many seasons of Big Brother and Celebrity Big Brother.
Prior to this he has worked as a Commissioning Editor at Channel 4, Sky One and Living.