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Caliber Media Co., the management-production outfit run by Jack Heller and Dallas Sonnier, is undergoing an expansion, with manager Adam Simpson-Marshall and production executive Morgan White joining the company fold.
Simpson-Marshall, who spent the last six years at Energy Entertainment, brings with him writers Ryan Condal (Paradise Lost) and T.S. Nowlin (Order of the Seven), visual effects artist-turned-director Henry Hobson (Maggie), and writers Andrea McCloud (I Saw You), Jake Emanuel and Willie Block (The Hunchback of Notre Dame), actress Kate French (One Tree Hill), among others.
Simpson-Marshall joins current Caliber managers Jared Schwartz, Roya Weiner and Julian Rosenberg. The company client list includes Shawn Christensen (Abduction), Leslye Headland (About Last Night), Todd Lincoln(The Apparition), and Olatunde Osunsanmi (The Fourth Kind).
White, previously at 20th Century Fox, where she served as a coordinator in the feature production division, will be Caliber’s new director of production and development, working alongside Heller to create and produce feature and television projects.
White was on the production team that worked on X-Men: First Class, Night at the Museum, Unstoppable and The A-Team.
On the production side, Caliber recently sold its first feature Enter Nowhere to Lionsgate/Grindstone and is in post on Jessica Goldberg‘s Refuge starring Krysten Ritter and Brian Geraghty and Static starring Milo Ventimiglia and Sara Paxton.
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