Alice Bell has an extensive background in managing businesses in New York City and Los Angeles. Prior to joining Sotheby's International Realty, she was a producing manager and assistant director on numerous feature films, where she managed large production crews both nationally and internationally. She then was appointed Titular Head/Manager of Rick Levine Productions, which produced award-winning television commercials. Following her tenure at Rick Levine Productions, she became a partner at Fred Levinson Productions, where she managed their East and West Coast Offices. While at Fred Levinson Productions/aka Levinson, Israelson, Bell, Inc., she had the opportunity to work with the Tuesday Team, producing the White House and Camp David segments for the film used at the convention for Ronald Reagan's reelection campaign.

Alice has had enormous experience dealing with CEOs of major corporations and heads of major advertising agencies. Among the clients Alice worked with during her years in production were McDonalds, Disney, Sprint, Hasbro, Pepsi Cola, Coca-Cola, Volkswagen, Xerox and BMW. In addition, she has worked on films with many celebrities including Martin Sheen, Kirk Douglas, Robert Redford, Joanne Woodward, Paul Newman and the Thai Royal Family. Alice was one of the first women to be granted membership in the Directors Guild of America.

Alice joined Sotheby's International Realty as a sales associate in 1994. She was appointed manager of the East Hampton brokerage office in 2002. In April 2010, Alice assumed leadership over the company's presence in the Hamptons marketplace. Since that appointment, Alice has been based in the Southampton brokerage office, where she also serves as manager. She has lived in Water Mill for the past 16 years.

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