Misty Tosh, a life-long military brat, left the mountains of Chattanooga, Tennessee at a young age and took the edgier route in life, skipping college and heading straight to Hollywood to work in TV & movie production.
Over the past two decades, she’s hustled her way into multiple top-rated reality shows as an Executive in Charge/Line Producer (The Amazing Race, America’s Next Top Model, Last Comic Standing, Southern Belles, Oprah Winfrey’s The Big Give, Question of Love to name a few) and though she stays busy traveling the world producing multiple seasons of mega-hit reality television shows (Jerseylicious + Glam Fairy for Endemol USA and The Style Network) and awe inspiring documentaries like ABC’s Building a Dream: The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy in the slums of South Africa, what excites her the most is heading out into the wild with her super-human dogs, Minka & Pancho, and hunting down new show ideas.
She loved making the jump to Executive Producer, creating an 8-episode TV series for National Geographic Channel about fish fraud and sustainable fishing in the Gulf of Mexico. Big Fish Texas aired in the Spring of 2016. She also recently spent time in Istanbul working with renowned humanitarian Zainab Salbi as the EIC on the ground-breaking Arabic talk show for Discovery International and TLC (The Nidaa Show), as well a stint in Singapore putting together a series of branded content commercials for The Financial Times.
Craving Adventure (filmed on a tiny island in Nicaragua), the television show for Travel Channel that she created, starred in, wrote, and directed was loosely based off of her epic love affair with rural street food that she covers in her colorful blog, Big Sweet Tooth.
In the down time, Misty takes on projects like rehabbing her unique floating home into an all-green dream in Southern California (read the LA Times article here), blazing the back roads of Mexico and cruising around the Pacific in her vintage pirate-style sail boat.