The Emmy-winning producer who moved with David Letterman from NBC to CBS in 1993 has a new agency home. Robert Morton has inked with UTA. Morton was with Letterman for more than a decade, earning nine Emmy noms and winning in 1994. He went on to work on such programs as The Chris Rock Show, The Wayne Brady Show — for which he nabbed a Daytime Emmy — Mind Of Menica and Lopez Tonight. Morton and his production banner Panamort Productions also have produce pilots, comedies and specials including ABC’s official Oscar preshow.
Robert Morton Signs With UTA
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