Korman shifts to Endeavor
EmptyUPDATED 12:35 p.m. PT March 23, 2008
UTA partner Marc Korman has moved to Endeavor, where he will be a partner in the agency's television lit department.
It is not clear which of his clients will follow him. His roster at UTA included "Heroes" executive producer Greg Beeman, "Journeyman" creator Kevin Falls, "Dirty Sexy Money" creator Craig Wright, "One Tree Hill" creator Mark Schwahn, "Conviction" co-creator Rick Eid, "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" showrunner Warren Leight, "Cold Case" co-showrunner Greg Plageman, "Smallville" exec producer James Marshall, "ER" co-exec producer Lisa Zwerling, "Prison Break" co-exec producer Karyn Usher, "Lost" supervising producer Liz Sarnoff, "Head Cases" creator Bill Chais and "Nip/Tuck" supervising producer Brad Falchuk."
At Endeavor, Korman joins 23 other partners.
"Marc is one of the top television agents in the business and a great fit with our agency's culture," the partners said.
Korman joined UTA in 2002 and was named partner in December 2006.
Before that, he was a manager at Artists Management Group. He started his career as a public defender in Chicago.