Marc Korman joins Endeavor

TV agent leaving UTA

Barely a year after being upped to partner at UTA, Marc Korman has decided to leave the tenpercentery for Endeavor.

Korman will have partner status at Endeavor, working in the TV department. His hiring brings the total number of partners at the agency to two dozen.

It’s not yet clear which of Korman’s clients — who include “Dirty Sexy Money” creator Craig Wright and “Journeyman” creator Kevin Falls —will make the move to Endeavor. Korman, who had been at UTA since 2002 and was made a partner at the end of 2006, reps a number of top showrunners and exec producers across the broadcast networks.

Endeavor was already a leader in TV lit, ranking tops in a number of categories in a recent TV Tracker survey of the agencies.

Agency issued a statement saying Korman would prove to be a “good fit” with Endeavor’s corporate culture.

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