Rizzoli & Isles Producer Bios

Jan Nash
Executive Producer and Showrunner

Rizzoli & Isles executive producer Jan Nash began her producing career working on the comedy series Ellen and Caroline in the City before joining the long-running hit drama Without a Trace. She worked on that show for its entire seven-year run, acting as an executive producer and showrunner for four seasons. Her other television credits include Family Law, Fairly Legal and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.

Nash is from Wheaton, Ill., and has bachelor's and master's degrees from Stanford University. She was an investment banker and a television executive before becoming a writer.


Bill Haber
Executive Producer

Bill Haber is executive producer of the hit TNT series Rizzoli & Isles, as well as Beauty and the Beast on The CW and the HBO special Thurgood. His Ostar Productions recently produced Horton Foot's A Trip to Bountiful and Terry McMillan's A Day Long and a Dollar Short for Lifetime. He has executive-produced Nightmares and Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King for TNT, Moguls and Movie Stars: A History of Hollywood for TCM, Life Is Not a Fairytale: The Fantasia Barrino Story for Lifetime, Jack and the Beanstalk for CBS and Uprising for NBC.

Haber’s Ostar Enterprises has produced Broadway productions of Nice Work If You Can Get It; Evita; War Horse (2010 Tony, Best Play); A Behanding in Spokane; Enron; Next Fall; After Miss Julie; August: Osage County (2008 Tony, Best Play and Pulitzer Prize); The Seafarer; Rock N Roll; Sunday in the Park with George; The Drowsy Chaperone; The History Boys (2006 Tony, Best Play); Well, Bridge & Tunnel; The Woman in White; Monty Python's Spamalot (2005 Tony, Best Musical); The Pillowman; Democracy; Bea Arthur; The Smell of the Kill; Amour; Imaginary Friends; Proof (2001 Tony, Best Play and Pulitzer Prize); The Green Bird; Dirty Blonde; High Society; Freak; The Scarlet Pimpernel; and the acclaimed revivals of Inherit The Wind; Journey’s End (2007 Tony, Best Revival of a Play); Glengarry Glen Ross (2005 Tony, Best Revival); Jumpers; Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune; Man of La Mancha; Hedda Gabler; Dance of Death; Noises Off; The Iceman Cometh and 1776. London productions include Rock N Roll; Donkeys’ Years; Monty Python’s Spamalot; Sunday in the Park with George; Journey's End; The Prisoner of Second Avenue; Hay Fever; Madame Melville. Off-Broadway, the company has produced Thurgood; On The Line; The Shape of Things; If Love Were All; If Memory Serves; and Madame Melville.

In 1975, Haber co-founded Creative Artists Agency, the renowned Los Angeles-based literary and talent agency. He was responsible for managing and executing the agency’s leading presence in the television industry and their innovative corporate advisory services.

In addition to his producing work, Haber serves as Special Advisor to Save the Children.