DATE: Tuesday, Mar 17, 2015
TIME: 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. EDT
LOCATION: Online + Full Sail University, Winter Park, FL – 4E-103
FS CONNECT EVENT CALENDAR: https://orgsync.com/50443/events/1022193/occurrences/2256301
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Please join Career Development in welcoming Mark Schulman to campus for a presentation on Celebrity Branding. xgps0315
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Mark will discuss what it takes to become a Talent Manager and the different avenues of creating and selling media content for clients.
Mark has been a talent manager at 3 Arts Entertainment since 1998. Schulman handles the careers of many notable Hollywood talents, both those working in front of and behind the camera.
His long time host and personality clients include:
Mario Lopez of EXTRA
Tyra Banks of America’s Next Top Model
Chris Harrison of The Bachelor
Padma Lakshmi of Top Chef
Nancy O’Dell of Entertainment Tonight
Sports Illustrated’s Chrissy Teigen.
On the scripted side, he also has helped craft the careers of actors Rainn Wilson and Craig Robinson from The Office, and Vine star Lele Pons. He also represents executive producers/creator on Jersey Shore, Jackass, and Behind the Music.
Additionally, he is an executive producer on the new NBC series Mr. Robinson with client Craig Robinson, executive producer of the new Tyra Banks talk show THE FAB, Golden Boys on Mundo Fox and Mario Lopez One on One on Nuvo with client Mario Lopez, and co-creator of Chelsea Lately.
Prior to joining 3 Arts Entertainment, Schulman was an executive at Dreamworks Television where he helped to develop such shows as Spin City with Michael J. Fox and Ink with Ted Danson. Preceding his tenure at Dreamworks, Schulman worked for television legend and icon Brandon Tartikoff at New World Television.
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*Start times are subject to change due to technical issues with equipment and/or speakers.
**Due to the nature of the event it will not be recorded and archived.