Having wet his feet working for his local TV station, a 17-year-old Kristoffer Graci decided to move to Stockholm and commit himself, body and soul, to a career in TV. The year was 2000, and the Reality TV-boom was in full swing – creativity was at an all-time high, and new formats were pitched and produced what seemed like every week. He soon found a job as a reporter for Baren (The Bar), but as Swedish formats became ever more successful abroad, he was drawn to development. Recruited by Titan Television and enjoying a successful stint, he was then head-hunted to take over as Head of Development at STO-CPH.
Prior to taking on the role of CEO at Nordisk Film TV, Graci led the in-house development-team at Jarowskij, as Head of the Creative Department. His track record includes such hits as Färjan (The Ferry), I huvudet på Gunde Svan (Being Gunde Svan), Husräddarna (The House Rescuers) and Veckans Brott (Crime of the Week) to mention just a few.