In addition to Fleishman Is In Trouble, Sarah Timberman and her Timberman/Beverly Productions partner, Carl Beverly, also recently completed production on the FX limited series Justified: City Primeval from showrunners Dave Andron and Michael Dinner starring Timothy Olyphant, as well as the first season of Alex Kurtzman and Jenny Lumet's Showtime series, The Man Who Fell To Earth, starring Chiwetel Ejiofor and Naomie Harris, based on the Walter Tevis novel and the Nicolas Roeg film. Timberman/Beverly's other recent credits include the Emmy® and Golden Globe®-nominated Netflix limited series Unbelievable (based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning Marshall Project/ProPublica article, "An Unbelievable Story of Rape") with writer/director Susannah Grant; seven seasons of their long-running Rob Doherty CBS series, Elementary; four seasons of the critically acclaimed Showtime series, Masters of Sex (created by Michelle Ashford, based on the biography of noted sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson); and six seasons of FX's award-winning series Justified from writer Graham Yost (based on Elmore Leonard's Fire in the Hole). Other Timberman/Beverly credits include CBS’s SEAL Team, The Code, Unforgettable, The Odd Couple, A Gifted Man and Doubt, as well as the NBC series Kidnapped.
Timberman is also currently in production on the Netflix film Lonely Planet starring Laura Dern and Liam Hemsworth and written and directed by Susannah Grant.
Prior to starting the company, Timberman served as President at Universal Network Television. She oversaw all comedy, drama, long-form and reality programming for the company and played a key role in acquiring the rights to the British series The Office for NBC. Timberman joined Universal from Columbia TriStar Television, where she served as Executive Vice President, Drama Development. Some of the series she oversaw included Party of Five and Dawson's Creek. Prior to working in television, Timberman was an assistant editor at Random House in New York.
Timberman serves on the Advisory Board of LAANE (Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy), the NRDC's Los Angeles Leadership Council, the Board of Directors of Death Penalty Focus and the Board of Trustees of the I Have a Dream Foundation, Los Angeles.
Timberman grew up in Greenwich Village, New York and is a graduate of Brown University. She is married to writer/producer Ed Redlich, and they have two children.