Following last week’s news that Jeff Berg’s Resolution Talent Agency would be shuttering, two more agents from the company have found a new place to call home with Abram Nalibotsky and Pamela Goldstein joining Verve.
Nalibotsky got his start in the mailroom at the Intertalent Agency and moved up the ranks at UTA and Gersh, where he eventually became head of the motion picture literary department.
He was most recently at Resolution, where he worked with A-list writers and directors, including Steven Quale, Thor Freudenthal, John Pogue, Jon Amiel, Simon Barry, Kathy Greenberg and Emily Cook, Andy Goddard, Laurie Collyer and Tim Hill – all of whom are coming with him to Verve.
Goldstein, who worked at WME before Resolution, has been working with clients such as writer Josh Golden (Road to Oz) and directors Nadav Schirman (The Green Prince) and David Wnendt, the director of the acclaimed Sundance movie “Wetlands.”
Other Resolution agents who have also found new gigs include Katie Cates, who joined ICM Partners, and Robert Lazar, who joined the Shuman Co. as a manager.