James Frey's Full Fathom Five Taps Todd Cohen as Film & TV President
Cohen will oversee the company's push into movies, TV and digital.
Full Fathom Five, the multi-platform intellectual property company founded by author James Frey, has tapped Todd Cohen as its president of film and television. He will head the company’s new Los Angeles office.
Cohen, who most recently served as vp of scripted television at Reveille, will oversee Full Fathom Five’s push into movies, TV and digital. According to the company, Cohen “will guide the company's current projects through development and production as well as look to expand Full Fathom Five through partnerships with outside producers.“
At Reveille, Cohen worked on NBC’s The Office, Showtime’s The Tudors and ABC’s Ugly Betty. Cohen also developed, packaged and produced comedy, drama and unscripted programming for network and cable, as well as for digital platforms. He joined the company in 2004.
Full Fathom Five is best known for creating the hit book series I Am Number Four, which was adapted into a DreamWorks movie in 2011. The company is designed to be an IP generator and has already created over three dozen books, television shows, movies and video games. Several are already in development at CBS, HBO, 20th Century Fox and Sony.
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