Ramin is an award-winning theatre and film producer.
His West End, Broadway and National Tour credits as Co- or Associate Producer include Gypsy (Savoy Theatre, winner of 4 Olivier Awards), The Ferryman (Jacobs Theatre, Broadway) Stephen Sondheim’s Company starring Rosalie Craig & Patti LuPone (Gielgud Theatre, 2018), Simon Stephens’ Heisenberg directed by Marianne Elliot (Wyndham’s Theatre), Show Boat (New London Theatre, UK Theatre Award Winner), 1984 (Playhouse Theatre, 2016, and Hudson Theatre, Broadway), Annie (National Tour, Piccadilly Theatre West End, Ed Mirvish Theatre Toronto), Let It Be (Garrick Theatre, 2015), and The Wild Party (The Other Palace),
Through his company D.E.M. Productions, which won the 2016 Off West End Award for Best Producer, he has produced and managed a number of critically and commercially successful Off West End shows. These include the European premiere of Stephen Schwartz & Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical Working (Southwark Playhouse, and cast recording released by Ghostlight Records), the first major revival of Sater & Sheik’s musical Spring Awakening (Hope Mill Theatre); the world premieres of Karagula by Philip Ridley (Soho Theatre @ The Styx) Four Play by Jake Brunger, Sense of an Ending by Ken Urban (Theatre503), the acclaimed first London revival of Pulitzer prize-winner How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel, A Bright Room Called Day by Tony Kushner (Southwark Playhouse) and Donkey Heart directed by Nina Raine (Trafalgar Studios). The shows have garnered 21 Off West End Award and 8 Broadway World Award nominations between them.
Film work includes a number of commercials, music videos and short films, with a wide range of festival accolades. He was also an executive producer on the Berlin Crystal Bear winning independent feature film Butterfly Kisses, Gypsy: Live from the Savoy (BBC/PBS), BAFTA-nominated short Wren Boys and associate producer on Mrs Lowry & Son starring Timothy Spall & Vanessa Redgrave.