Michael Pavone currently serves as the Executive Vice President of WWE Studios with WWE. In 1992, Pavone was a writer for the television series Renegade. In 1993, he was a writer for the television series Against the Grain. He adapted a play for television in 1993 for Trouble Shooters: Trapped Beneath the Earth. In 1994, he was a writer for the unsold television pilot Golden Gate. Pavone directed and wrote the film Chameleon in 1995 and in that same year he was a writer for the television series Medicine Ball. He was also a writer for the television series The Monroes and The Client in 1995. In 2002 Pavone was a writer for the television series Street Time. In 2005 Michael Pavone became a writer for the hit Fox Network show Prison Break. He is credited for writing the episode "Cell Test" in Season 1 of the show. Pavane has also worked as television director, directing episodes of Jack & Jill, Everwood and the aforementioned The Client series. As well as directing the films That's What I Am (2011), The Reunion (2011), which were both produced by WWE Studios.