TV agent Dennis Kim Departs Jeff Berg’s Resolution

Resolution Agency

Dennis Kim has departed Jeff Berg’s Resolution, less than a year after the agency tapped Kim to launch a TV literary department.

Kim has joined the recently launched Storied Media Group as a manager.

Kim began his career at UTA and joined the Rothman Agency in 1998. He was elevated to partner in 2012 and left for Resolution last year.

Kim’s clients include “Suits” creator-showrunner Aaron Korsh; Will Rokos, the co-creator and exec producer of  “Copper”; Bridget Tyler, creator/co-executive producer of the USA pilot “Horizon”; Tom Scharpling (“Monk”); Joe Halpin (“The Lottery”); Nora and Lilla Zuckerman (Suits, Haven, Human Target); and feature writer Eric Tipton (“Valiant One”), among others.

Storied Media, part of Bungalow Media + Entertainment, is led by CEO Robert Friedman, partner Todd Hoffman, East Coast development executive Liz Yale and Head of Sales and Marketing David Cohen.

“Dennis brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in the television industry, and is sure to be a powerful force for us,” Friedman said. “He is an ‘out-of-the-box’ thinker, which you have to be in today’s ever-changing marketplace.”

The company’s clients currently include The New York Times, “60 Minutes,” McClatchy, The New Republic and New York Magazine. Its talent list includes “Breaking Bad” executive producer Vince Gilligan and “Nebraska” screenwriter Bob Nelson.

“I’m so grateful to Jeff Berg for the chance to help start Resolution’s TV group,” Kim said. “This is a great agency but the chance to be on the ground floor of what Bobby and Todd are putting together at Bungalow was an opportunity that was too good to pass up.”

News about Kim was first reported by Deadline.com.

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