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Peter Safran
PETER SAFRAN 01.jpg
Born (1965-11-22) November 22, 1965 (age 55)
OccupationFilm producer, digital entertainment executive

Peter Safran (born 22 November 1965) is a British-American film producer and manager.[1]

Early life

After growing up in the UK, Safran graduated from Princeton University. He earned his J.D. degree at the New York University School of Law.[2] He worked as a corporate attorney in New York City, before becoming an assistant at UTA.[3]

Film career

He became a manager at Gold-Miller Co and stayed there until 1998.[4] He then was a manager at Brillstein-Grey for five years, before he was named president of Brillstein-Grey Management in 2003. As president, he was made responsible for day-to-day activities of the department, which had over 200 clients, including Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, Adam Sandler, Nicolas Cage and Courteney Cox.[5] His brother, Tad Safran, wrote the film The Long Weekend, which Peter produced.[6] He left Brillstein-Grey in 2006, to launch The Safran Company, and took his entire client list with him.[7] As manager, he represented Sean Combs, Adam Shankman, David Hyde Pierce, Jennifer Lopez, Brooke Shields, and Jessica Simpson.[8]

Filmography

Producer

Executive producer


Special Thanks

References

  1. ^ Fleming, Michael (1998-01-26). "Safran makes a move for Brillstein-Grey". Variety. Archived from the original on 2008-05-17. Retrieved 2008-05-17.
  2. ^ http://www.cinema.com/people/003/473/peter-safran/index.phtml
  3. ^ Brillstein-Grey prez exits
  4. ^ Fleming, Michael (1998-01-26). "Safran makes a move for Brillstein-Grey". Variety.
  5. ^ Fleming, Michael (2003-06-09). "Brillstein-Grey taps new prez". Variety.
  6. ^ Klein, Fehr Making Plans For 'weekend'
  7. ^ Gardner, Chris (2006-01-22). "Brillstein-Grey prez exits". Variety.
  8. ^ Safran makes a move for Brillstein-Grey
  9. ^ The Atticus Institute – Exclusive Clip Is Red Hot

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