ICM Partners Taps Mark Gordon to Lead TV Lit Department

Mark Gordon ICM Partners

BWCS alum reps 'Breaking Bad's' Vince Gilligan, shepherds packages for agency

Mark Gordon has been promoted to head ICM Partners’ TV literary department.

Gordon has been a dynamo at ICM since the agency’s 2006 merger with Broder Webb Chervin Silbermann, where he got his start while still at student at Northwestern U. in 2005. He was among the ICM-ers who became a partner last year as part of the management takeover of the percentery.

Gordon has repped a number of heavyhitter showrunners in recent years, including “Breaking Bad” creator/exec producer Vince Gilligan. He’s recently packaged projects for such ICM clients as Ellen DeGeneres, David Shore, Samuel L. Jackson, Patricia Cornwell, John Shiban, Neil LaBute, Josh Gad, Susan Sarandon and the estate of Dr. Seuss.

“In addition to being a passionate advocate for his own clients, Mark has taken a strong leadership position in expanding the television side of the business for many of our clients operating in other areas of the agency,” said partners Kevin Crotty and Chris von Goetz, who previously ran the department. ” He is the ideal choice to oversee the interests of our clients in an evolving landscape.”

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  1. Peas and Tanks says:

    One Mark Gordon moves out. Another Mark Gordon moves up. And so the wheels of life continue to turn.

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