Lakeshore Entertainment’s London-based president of international Peter Rogers will exit in April.
Rogers is serving out his final couple of months as a consultant for Lakeshore, having agreed with chairman Tom Rosenberg to part ways late last year.
In January, Lakeshore announced that it had tapped Danny Dinerstein as prexy of worldwide distribution and marketing based in Los Angeles, but made no mention of Rogers’ departure.
His exit means that Lakeshore will shutter its London office, which Rogers opened four years ago.
Rogers originally worked at Lakeshore in L.A. in the late ’90s before leaving the company to return to his native London in 2000. He re-joined Lakeshore in 2003, based in London.
Rogers said he’s not yet ready to disclose his next move.