Aliza Rosen is a television and film producer based in Los Angeles. She is a co-creator and executive producer of the investigative docu-series The Case of: JonBenét Ramsey, which premiered to record ratings on CBS in 2016. The second season, documenting Casey Anthony, aired on Oxygen in March 2018. She is a consulting producer on Oxygen’s premium documentary series Dirty John: The Dirty Truth, which aired in January 2019.
For seven years, Aliza was Executive Vice President of Development for Philadelphia-based S3 Productions, taking it from an empty slate to a well-established production company. She created and sold many series, pilots and presentations in every genre of non-scripted television including non-scripted series Farm Kings, Curvy Girls, Hollywood Hi- Tech, Married in NYC, The Last Goodbye, Killer Profile and American Roadhouse.
Prior to S3, Aliza co-founded Watercooler Productions, based in New York City, where she created the TV series Key Party, Suburban Secrets, and the Namic Award nominee, My Live Translated for MTV. At Banyan Productions, she supervised production on 85 episodes of A Dating Story for TLC, Design Invasion for 20th Century Fox, and 48 Hour Wedding, which sold in 47 territories around the world. She was also a producer for news and docs at VH1 and Oxygen, as well as a producer on Public Eye with Bryant Gumbel for CBS. She was one of the first producers hired to help launch Fox News Channel, trying to truly make it a “fair and balanced” outlet. Before that, she produced live broadcasts of local news for network affiliates in Bangor, ME and Baltimore, MD.
Aliza’s newest feature documentary, Latter Day Jew, follows a comedian who converted from Mormonism to Judaism after getting cancer and goes on a journey to be a Bar-Mitzvah boy at age 35. She also has a weekly podcast called Reality of Reality where she interviews heavy hitters in unscripted content. She can be followed on Twitter @realityofreal.
She resides in Los Angeles with her husband, daughter and goldendoodle.