Trio Promoted at Mark Gordon Co.
Brian Harvey, Allyson Seeger and Shara Senderoff upped in film, television and new media divisions.
The Mark Gordon Co. has upped three executives in its film, television and new media divisions.
Brian Harvey has been upped to senior vp drama, television, reporting to head of drama TV Nick Pepper. Before joining the Mark Gordon Co. in August 2010, Harvey held creative positions at ABC Studios, where in his nine-year tenure he developed such projects as Brothers & Sisters, Eli Stone, Kyle XY, October Road and Dirty Sexy Money, among others.
Allyson Seeger has been upped to vp film, reporting to Jennifer Todd, the company’s president of motion pictures. Seeger joined the Mark Gordon Co. in 2005 and is currently co-producing The To-Do List and developing Desperados, Die in a Gunfight and New Line’s Private Benjamin remake.
Shara Senderoff has been upped to vp new media and director of development for film, also reporting to Todd. Senderoff, who joined the company in 2007, is currently developing Junkers, Hyde and Desperados. She recently sold comedy pitch Heroes for Sale for Dimension.
The promotions come less than a month after Veronica Gentilli was upped to chief operating officer at the company.
The Mark Gordon Co. currently produces TV fare including Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice, Criminal Minds and Army Wives, with several other projects in development. ON the feature side, the company most recently was behind Duncan Jones’ Source Code, which the company also is adapting for TV at CBS.