Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios’ TV Production division is staffing up under new president Steve Stark. CAA TV lit agent Max Kisbye has been named VP Television Production, reporting to Stark. “I’ve known Max for years and he possesses that rare combination of humility and tenacity that will serve our mutual goals well,” Stark said. Kisbye comes to MGM from CAA, where he represented such writers and directors as Sameer Gardezi, Sheri Elwood, Tommy Dewey & Greg Bratman, George Tillman Jr, Luke Greenfield, Dave Erickson, Philippe Cousteau and Glen Mazzara. Before CAA, Kisbye worked in Paradigm’s literary department beginning in 2002.
Max Kisbye Joins MGM As VP TV Production
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