Ron Meyer
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United States


Vice Chairman

While Meyer might be best remembered as good cop to Michael Ovitz’s bad cop at CAA, he’s spent the lion’s share of his career atop a more far reaching showbiz empire. In 2013, after 18 years as president and COO of Universal Studios, he became vice chairman of its parent, NBCUniversal, providing strategic guidance on everything from its portfolio of film and television assets — including DreamWorks Animation, a $3.8 billion acquisition he helped engineer in 2016 — to its global theme park businesses. A high school dropout, he began his entertainment career as a messenger for the Paul Kohner Agency after serving in the U.S. Marines, and in 1975, with just five years served at William Morris, he co-founded CAA with four fellow agents.


  • CAA
  • WME

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
  • Showman of the Year
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Former NBCUniversal Vice Chairman Ron Meyer Named Wild Bunch CEO

Former NBCUniversal Vice Chairman Ron Meyer Named Wild Bunch CEO

Ron Meyer, a legendary dealmaker and operator whose decades-long tenure leading NBCUniversal ended in scandal, has found a new gig. The CAA co-founder and former NBCUniversal vice-chairman has been named CEO of Wild Bunch AG, a European production, sales and distribution company that has been involved with award-winning films such as "The King's Speech," "Shoplifters" and "Titane." Tennor Group has a controlling stake in the company and helped orchestrate Wild Bunch's 2018 restructuring.  Meyer was forced to resign at NBCUniversal in 2020...


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