More from Marilyn Black
Barneys Staff Say Final Days Feel “Like Our Parents Got Divorced”
Following the high-end department store chain's filing for bankruptcy, staff mournfully decamp to Neiman Marcus, Saks and Rodeo Drive.
Hollywood Bids a Fond Farewell to Barneys: “It Was Not Just a Store”
A producer and former manager talks to fellow fans of the bankrupt retailer, which will close in 2020.
A Hollywood Power Lawyer’s Lost Memoir on Birthing Independent Film
An excerpt from Leon Kaplan’s unfinished memoir (he died in 2003) reveals the breakup of the studio system, the sale of United Artists involving Charlie Chaplin and how 'The African Queen' set a model for future films.
Larry David’s First Manager: Yes, He Was Always Miserable (Guest Column)
Marilyn Black, who managed the 'Seinfeld' and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' creator — who made his Broadway debut March 5 with his play 'Fish in the Dark' — from 1983-86, describes representing a comic who would refuse money and walk offstage.