This issue marks Variety's fourth annual Dealmakers Impact Report. Since we started the series in 2008 the industry, like the larger economy, has gone through a financial crisis followed by a…
Dealmakers Impact Report 2011
Minton co-founded DDM in 2005 to help represent video game development studios and to act as a strategic advisor for Hollywood, licensors and more.
As topper of the bank's entertainment division, Henderson spearheaded a number of showbiz transactions, including a $25 million investment in Summit's $200 million revolving credit facility in March.
British lawyer and agent Neil Blair has acted as J.K. Rowling's key dealmaker since 2001, when he left his job as Warner's head of business affairs in Europe to join the Christopher Little Agency.
A look at last year's dealmakers.
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