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Kirsten Jacobson, previously a film executive, has joined Good Fear Content as a manager.
Prior to her transition to representation, she served as a creative executive at Friendly Films, run by producer David Friendly. Before that, Jacobson worked in development at Bryan Cranston’s Moonshot Entertainment. She got her start on the representation side, as an assistant at UTA.
“Kirsten is entrepreneurial and has great taste in identifying exciting new voices in both television and film,” Good Fear partners Chris Bender and Jake Weiner said Wednesday in a statement. “At Good Fear, we all work closely with our clients and appreciate Kirsten’s strong development background.”
Good Fear, a management and production company, has two movies awaiting release, including the Dave Bautista-starring action-comedy My Spy, which was just picked up by Amazon, and Disney’s live-action Mulan, which is now set to premiere July 24.
Clients of Good Fear include Allison Schroeder (Hidden Figures), David Robert Mitchell (It Follows) and Megan McDonnell (Captain Marvel 2), among others, and the company is focused on nurturing and establishing new voices aspiring to be generation-defining talent.
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