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Top independent casting director Meg Liberman is joining the executive ranks of CBS Paramount Network TV as senior vp casting.
Liberman will oversee the day-to-day casting for all studio shows, reporting to Peter Golden, executive vp talent and casting for CBS Par TV Group. She replaces Sheila Guthrie, who will return to her independent casting career.
“Meg has incredible relationships with writers, directors, agents and fellow casting directors, and she has an encyclopedic knowledge of actors,” Golden said. “Sheila is highly respected, and we’re looking forward to continuing our relationship with her.”
Liberman founded her own company in 1984 before partnering with Marc Hirschfeld from 1987-99. For the past nine years, since Hirschfeld left to become exec vp casting for NBC, Liberman has been partners with Cami Patton.
Liberman, a second-generation casting director whose mother Pat Harris cast series like “Get Smart,” has won two Emmys, with Hirschfeld for HBO’s “From the Earth to the Moon” in 1998 and with Patton for “Band of Brothers” in 2002.
“I look forward to working alongside her on the NBC/Paramount series ‘Medium’ and competing against her in the talent marketplace,” Hirschfeld said. (partialdiff)
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