Michelle Melanson Cuperus oversees Radical's robust slate including The Bagel and Becky Show for Teletoon/BBC Worldwide,Fangbone! for Family CHRGD/DHX, Ollie the Boy Who Became What He Ate for CBC, Tee & Mo for CBeebies/TVOkids/Knowledge Network, The Next Step for Family/BBC Worldwide and Lost & Found Music Studios for Family/Netflix. Michelle was Supervising Producer on Yup Yups, Can you Imagine That? and the multi award-winning hit Stella and Sam where she has won numerous awards including a Canadian Screen Award, Juno Award and a Daytime Emmy nomination. Michelle also manages Radical Sheep's development slate including the animated comedy Sprinkle and the Sweet Sugar Magics for Teletoon.
John brings to the company over 15 years of national and international management experience outside of the entertainment area, as well as extensive experience in corporate growth, business management and sales. His credits as Executive Producer include: Fangbone! (Family CHRGD), Yup Yups (Disney Jr Canada), Stella and Sam (Seasons 1 & 2, Holiday Specials) and The Big Comfy Couch (Seasons 6 & 7).
A graduate of film production at Concordia University, Susie brings more than 19 years of experience in the Canadian animation industry. She has produced well-known children's programs including the television movie Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Kids, the series Arthur, Rocket Monkeys and Rolie Polie Olie, which garnered her an Emmy in 2005. In 2008, she was awarded a Gemini Award for Will & Dewitt. Susie has also worked on Crash Canyon, a prime time animated series for Teletoon. She recently joined the Radical Sheep Productions team as the Supervising Producer on FANGBONE! and Tee and Mo.
Jain started her career as a Director at TVOKids. For Decode Entertainment, she was Line Producer for The Hoobs, with The Jim Henson Company. Jain produced The Outlet for CBC and was Production Supervisor with Sinking Ship Entertainment for The Jungle Room and The Ocean Room. She was a Producer on Radical Sheep's award-winning animated series Stella and Sam for Family Channel/Playhouse Disney. Most recently, Jain was a Producer for Sinking Ship's animated series Chirp for Kids' CBC. She is currently Producer for Ollie the Boy Who Became What He Ate, for Kids' CBC.
Nadine Henry has over 20 years of experience in children's television. She's worked as a Line Producer on a number of preschool shows like the Emmy Award-winning Big Comfy Couch, as well as Amigo and Me, Panda Bear Daycare, Land O' Hands and Ruffus the Dog. She then lent her vast experience to Kids' CBC, where she spent 10 years as a Line Producer, winning a Gemini for her work on Kids' CBC interstitials. She worked as the Supervising Producer on the preschool series Can You Imagine That? for TVOKids and is now the Line Producer for The Bagel and Becky Show for Teletoon/BBCWorldwide.
Heather is a kid's content producer who loves making TV. With a childhood of devouring 80's and 90's cartoons and sitcoms and a young adulthood of completing a degree in Communications and Film and postgraduate certificate in Children's Entertainment, she relishes in taking creative ideas and making them a reality. Heather started her career as a production coordinator at Radical Sheep on Stella and Sam and has gone on to work on many different aspects of the kids TV industry, including production, development and business affairs. Her other credits include Yup Yups, Fangbone!, Can You Imagine That!, and the Stella and Sam Holiday Specials. Heather is currently producing The Bagel and Becky Show for Teletoon.
Since graduating from the postgraduate Children's Media program at Centennial College in 2013, Kayla has been busy pursuing her passion in all things kids media. Kayla began her career as a Production Assistant on Tricon's TV show 'The Next Star'. From there, Kayla has worked as a researcher and consultant on apps, television shows, and websites for clients such as Mind Candy, OWL Kids, TVO, YTV, and Spin Master. Kayla is currently managing Radical Sheep's development slate, including Sprinkle and the Sweet Sugar Magics for Teletoon, Dinoswords, Desmond Pucket and Pass the Star.
Prior to joining the Radical Sheep team, Vicky spent 10 years in film production accounting, overseeing budgets on mega-hit feature film adaptations such as The Incredible hulk and Hairspray, and 5 years working for Cineflix Productions on international co-productions including Nazi Hunters and BBC's award-winning Air Heroes. A recent graduate of Centennial's Children's Media Program, Vicky has mega passion for children's media industry - from books to television to film and interactive. Vicky is currently the Production Coordinator on Ollie: The Boy Who Became What He Ate.
Caitlin Langelier is an award-winning stand-up comedian who recently completed the Centennial College Children's Media Program. She is currently a Production Coordinator for Radical Sheep and tours with Yuk-Yuk's comedy club. Her stand-up has been featured on CBC, BiteTV, and The Comedy Network.
Prior to joining Radical Sheep, Jessica moved to Toronto in 2009 to attend Humber College's Comedy Writing and Performance Program. Her love of comedy and children's entertainment led her to Centennial College's Children's Media program. From there, she was given the opportunity to intern as a writer's assistant on Radical Sheep's Television show "The Next Step". She is currently working as the Deliverables Coordinator at Radical Sheep.
Paola Alevizos came to Radical Sheep Productions in 2015 and has over 25 years experience in the television industry. She has accounting experience in all genres, from drama and reality, to lifestyle and documentary. Paola oversees Radical Sheeps' Finance Department for both corporate and production accounting. She is involved in the full cycle of the production process, including budgeting, cash flows, tax credit calculation, interim financing, cost reporting, year-end, auditing and distribution.