Nick Meyer
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United States

Entertainment One (Los Angeles)


President, Film

As president of film at eOne since 2018, Meyer co-financed the summer hit “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” with CBS Films, as well as the upcoming “Clifford the Big Red Dog” and “Monster Problems” (both with Paramount), “Happiest Season” (TriStar) and “The Starling” (Limelight and Boies Schiller). He continues as CEO of Sierra/Affinity, the production, finance and sales company he founded in 2009 — now under the eOne umbrella — that handled international sales of buzzworthy movies “Spotlight,” “I, Tonya” and “Manchester by the Sea.” With Hasbro’s $4 billion purchase of eOne in August — a surprise to many eOne staffers — time will tell whether the company will steer away from adult fare and increase its output of younger-skewing productions.


  • Lionsgate
  • Entertainment One
  • Sierra/Affinity


  • Wesleyan University (CT, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
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Nick Meyer Leads Sierra/Affinity to New Heights With Commitment to Quality

Nick Meyer Leads Sierra/Affinity to New Heights With Commitment to Quality

On May 21 in Cannes, Sierra/Affinity president and CEO Nick Meyer will receive Variety’s Achievement in International Film award.“Nick’s earned a place in our business that very few achieve — as an expert in the international marketplace,” says Entertainment One president and CEO Darren Throop. “He’s our main source of advice and information when it comes to selecting and curating content for our platform.”But the long-term success of his or any production/finance/sales outfit seemed far from certain when Meyer launched...


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