In his previous role as director of business development, Mucha helped structure the financing for the film “Life Itself,” raised funds for Revelations’ DigiRev digital startups and assisted in the company’s move into scripted TV. He will now be responsible for identifying and pursuing opportunities for growth at the enterprise level in addition to overseeing day-to-day operations and helping to create a strategic road map for Revelations.
“Marcus’ vision and ability to see the big picture have been key in our expansion over the last two years,” Freeman and McCreary said in a statement. “We are thrilled to give him a bigger chess board on which to play.”
“We have a terrific team at Revelations,” Mucha said. “Every day I’m proud to go out and get people excited about the amazing, memorable projects Morgan, Lori and the rest of the team are producing.”
Prior to joining Revelations, Mucha worked for agents including Bob Broder, Doug MacLaren and Kevin Crotty as an agent trainee at ICM. Before moving to Los Angeles, he was the manager of business development at the Mucha Foundation in London and Prague; the foundation is dedicated to preserving the legacy of his great-grandfather, the Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha.