Richard Lovett
Max S. Gerber
United States



Co-Chairman / Agent, Motion Picture Literary

Lovett and his fellow CAA co-chairmen Kevin Huvane and Bryan Lourd burnished their reputations with yet another industry-shaping move, acquiring rival “big four” agency ICM in a deal announced in September 2021. Under Lovett’s leadership, the agency has in recent years grown from a traditional talent agency into a multi-tentacled conglomerate that employs 1,900 people from Los Angeles to Beijing in a diverse array of divisions encompassing everything from sports marketing and film & TV production to venture capital. He also continues normal agenting activities, such as working with the CAA Finance Team to broker the July 2021 agreement for Apple Studios to acquire worldwide rights to slavery drama “Emancipation,” starring his client Will Smith, in a deal reportedly worth as much as $120 million.


  • CAA

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2020 Variety500 Honoree
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CAA President Blasts WarnerMedia Streaming Plan: 'You Are Trying to Take Advantage of Our Clients'

CAA President Blasts WarnerMedia Streaming Plan: 'You Are Trying to Take Advantage of Our Clients'

Richard Lovett, president of Hollywood powerhouse agency CAA, has blasted WarnerMedia's stunning plan to stream all 17 of its 2021 Warner Bros. theatrical releases on HBO Max at the same time as they play in theaters."The blind side Warner Brothers announcement Thursday was entirely unacceptable to CAA and to the clients we represent," Lovett said in a letter to WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar. "You made a decision to release our clients' movies in an unprecedented manner -- a simultaneous release...


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