Next Gen 2012: Hollywood's Fastest-Rising Stars
Lieberman’s portfolio reads like a who’s who of the up-and-coming comedy scene. Among the clients whose careers the Phoenix native, 32, (and Arizona State graduate) has helped navigate in recent years: Happy Endings’ Adam Pally, Whitney’s Chris D’Elia and Parks and Recreation producer Harris Wittels.
INDUSTRY MENTOR: 3 Arts’ Dave Becky.
BIG BREAK: Being hired as Dave’s assistant 8½ years ago. [Lieberman started as an assistant at Imagine, where former TV chief David Nevins recommended him for the 3 Arts gig.]
BEST ADVICE: Just figure it out.
BIGGEST 2012 ACCOMPLISHMENT: Harris Wittels getting an overall deal at NBC and Moshe Kasher coming out with a book called Kasher in the Rye this March. It’s excellent.
CAN’T-MISS TV: Breaking Bad and Homeland.
MOVIE FIX: American Psycho makes me laugh every time. Is that too creepy?
ONLINE OBSESSION: Is there anything more important than TMZ?
LUNCH SPOT: Any place that takes my expense account. Really? South Beverly Grill.
WHEN I’M NOT WORKING I’M: Playing a really embarrassing round of golf.
I WAKE UP AT: 6 a.m.
THE FIRST THING I DO: Listen to comedy podcasts at the gym.
- John Oliver Loves Pointing Out Americans’ Geography Obliviousness Like He’s Some Genius Michael Jordan of Geography
- Homeland Season 5 Trailer: Carrie Just Wants to Live a Normal German Life
- Jessica Lange Isn’t Gone From American Horror Story Forever, Don’t Worry
- Buffy’s Nicholas Brendon Walked Off the Set of Dr. Phil