Rob Kim Joins Untitled Entertainment, Will Help Launch TV Production Arm

EXCLUSIVE: After 17 years as a UTA TV lit and packaging agent and 3 years running Ed Bernero’s ABC Studios-based production company, Rob Kim is taking on a new gig that combines representation and producing. Kim has joined management firm Untitled Entertainment as manager/producer. He will serve as a literary and talent manager, and will also help set up and run the firm’s new television production arm.

Untitled is launching a TV production division to complement its strong TV management business. The unit will develop both scripted and non-scripted projects geared toward the company’s roster of talent. “We are very excited to bring someone of Rob’s level of experience and expertise on board,” said Untitled partner Jason Weinberg. “His skill set, relationships, and knowledge of the business, not only make him an immediate and valuable asset to our clients, but the perfect fit to help grow our presence in television.”

While at UTA, Kim represented writers and actors including, Drew Goddard (Lost), Marc Guggenheim (Arrow), Chris Henchy (The Other Guys), Mike Kelley (Revenge), Steve Molaro (Big Bang Theory), Chris Mundy (Low Winter Sun), Nelly (The Longest Yard), Brooke Shields (Lipstick Jungle), Vanessa Taylor (Game of Thrones), Garland Testa (King Of The Hill) and Alex Woo (True Blood). Shields has already joined Kim at Untitled as a management client.

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