Carl Beverly runs Timberman/Beverly Productions with his producing partner, Sarah Timberman. He is an executive producer of the award-winning cable series Justified, current CBS dramas Elementary starring Lucy Liu and Jonny Lee Miller and Unforgettable, and the critically acclaimed new Showtime series Masters of Sex.

Prior to partnering with Timberman, Beverly started his career at Sony Pictures Entertainment and Columbia Tri-Star's (CTTV) drama development department where he was part of the team that developed Dawson's Creek. He later joined CTTV President Eric Tannenbaum at the newly formed Artists Television Group (ATG) where he helped place several series on the air, including The Street, The Webber Show and Fighting Fitzgeralds.

Following ATG, Beverly joined Timberman at Universal Television, eventually becoming head of the drama department where he developed and oversaw several series on the air including Michael Mann's Robbery Homicide Division, for the Network, Elmore Leonard's Karen Cisco, American Dreams and Mister Sterling.

Beverly grew up in Los Angeles and is a graduate from The University of Southern California with a B.S. in Business Administration and a Juris Doctorate in law, and is a member of the California State Bar.