Charles D. King
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Founder / CEO

Five years after departing WME, where he was the first African-American partner in the agency’s 100-plus-year history, King got back in the talent-rep game in January 2020, launching Macro Management, a division of his multi-platform media company Macro, dedicated to projects driven by people of color. Six months later, he folded it into M88, a new firm launched with fellow WME alum Phillip Sun. King, who inked a first-look deal with Warner Bros. in 2019, has earned his mark well as a producer with features such as “Mudbound,” “Fences,” “Sorry to Bother You,” “Just Mercy,” and “Harriet” along with 2020’s “Tigertail” and “Farewell Amor,” plus “Nine Days” and “Judas and the Black Messiah” for 2021. He is also behind HBO doc “The Apollo” and is readying season 2 of Netflix series “Raising Dion.”




  • Vanderbilt University (TN, USA)
  • Howard University School of Law (DC, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
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Macro's Charles D. King on the 'Significant Progress' of Increasing Diversity in Hollywood

Macro's Charles D. King on the 'Significant Progress' of Increasing Diversity in Hollywood

To make sense of all that has transpired in 2020 and what it portends for the media and entertainment sectors going forward, Variety spoke with a cross section of industry leaders about the broad theme of change. For more, click here.Former WME partner Charles D. King launched Macro in 2015 as a production banner to focus on amplifying stories and creative talent from underrepresented backgrounds. Macro brings deep resources to the development and production process thanks to private equity supporters...


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