Eden Gaha, based in Los Angeles, is the CEO of Mother Media Group, a content production company he founded in 2017.
Mother Media Group is co-producer on Amazon Prime Video’s series, All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks, about New Zealand’s national rugby union team, and is currently in development on a number of other unscripted projects for CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox and A+E. Additionally, it is in a first-look deal with STXtv, the television division of global media company STX Entertainment.
Gaha previously served as President, Unscripted Television at Endemol Shine North America, where he executive produced many of the company's top unscripted series, including MasterChef and MasterChef Junior (Fox), The Biggest Loser (NBC), Restaurant Startup and Billion Dollar Buyer (CNBC), and Hunted (CBS). Before that, he worked at Mark Burnett Productions, serving as producer on Celebrity Apprentice, The Contender, Pirate Master, Rock Star, and the long-running CBS series Survivor, for which he was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards.
Prior to moving to the United States, Gaha had a successful on-air television career in his native Australia for more than a decade. Gaha served as the host of 10 Network’s musical program Take 40, Nine Network’s Animal Hospital and Fox Eight's The Ties That Bind. He also was a reporter/producer for the Australian version of newsmagazine A Current Affair.
Gaha has been named one of the most influential unscripted Hollywood executives in Variety’s Reality Impact special report and was ranked #5 in The Hollywood Reporter’s Top 25 Reality Player’s list in 2014.
Mother Media Group is represented by William Morris Endeavor.