Managers Steven Fenton, Matt Luber and ex-Endeavor agent Brad Mendelsohn have formed the management and production shingle Career Management Corp.
Alan Riche, Tony Ludwig and Carl Stubner’s Eagle Cove Entertainment have taken a small stake in CMC.
Carter Swan will serve as the company’s creative executive.
Thesp clients include Shannon Elizabeth, Paul Walker, Clifton Collins, Joanna Garcia, Diane Farr, Patrick Muldoon, Andrew Kavovit, Michael Goorjian, Travis Wester, Richard Voll and Justina Vail.
On the lit side, CMC’s clients include Tony Piccirillo (“The One Nine,” set up at Scott Rudin Prods./Paramount), Dennis Bartok and Tom Abrams (“American Princess,” set up at New Line), Chris Gambale (forthcoming MGM pic “Deuces Wild”), Robert Newton (“Aurora Island,” at MGM), Elwood Reid (“If I Don’t Six,” set up at New Line), Doug Jung (“Confidence,” Lions Gate), Rob McKittrick (“Waiting,” Artisan) and Samantha Silva (“What You Wish For,” Universal).
CMC also reps helmer Jeff Celentano (“Gun Shy”) and Larry Kaplow (CBS’ “Family Law”).
Fenton and Luber had worked together at Evolution Entertainment. Prior to his tenure at Evolution, Luber was a veep of development at Fox-based Diamond Heart Prods. Prior to working at Endeavor, where he repped writers and directors, Mendelsohn was an attorney.
“Each of us has taken different roads to get to this point in our careers,” said the new partners. “We now look forward to traveling down one road together, as a team. Ultimately, our teamwork will create more opportunities for all of our clients.”