Marc Rosen

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Marc Rosen
Born (1976-05-12) May 12, 1976 (age 41)
St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Occupation Film and television producer
Years active 1998 – present

Marc Rosen (born May 12, 1976) is an American film and television producer. An executive producer on Sense8 (Netflix) and The After (Amazon/Chris Carter – The X Files), and founder of an independent TV Studio, with the upcoming Season 2 of SENSE8 on Netflix, Rosen has executive produced or co-EP'd 40 hours of high-end ($4-$8mn/episode) scripted content from Threshold with David Goyer (Batman Begins, Man of Steel, Constantine), Brannon Braga (Salem), and David Heyman (Harry Potter, Gravity), to Sense8, one of Netflix’s first original series, with the Wachowski's (The Matrix), to The After pilot with Chris Carter (X-Files) and Amazon.

Early life[edit]

Before beginning his film career in 1998, Rosen worked on the staff of Senator Dianne Feinstein in Washington, D.C., as one of the youngest senate staffers, just after his 19th birthday. In 1998 he graduated with honors from Princeton University with a B.A. in English literature and drama, with a minor in French. He continues to be an annual guest lecturer at Princeton University, with his "Hollywood 101" series of talks.[1]

Career[edit]

From 2012 to 2015, Rosen was the co-founder and CEO of Georgeville Television with Reliance Entertainment – the proprietors of Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks. During GVTV’s run, Rosen set up 10 series, including Limitless, The After (Chris Carter/Amazon), From Dusk til Dawn, Zorro, and several others.

Prior to GVTV, he had exclusive producing deals in film and television – with Paramount Film and CBS TV respectively – through his Rosenobst Productions, with Lynda Obst (Interstellar, Hot in Cleveland, Sleepless in Seattle, Contact, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days) from 2007 to 2009. During that time, Rosen set up 20 series though the CBS deal.

Leading up to those deals, from 2001 to 2007, Rosen was a senior executive and founded and ran the Warner Brothers offices of Heyday Films/David Heyman (Harry Potter franchise, Gravity). During his tenure, he set up feature films with Christopher Nolan (Dark Knight, Inception, Interstellar), David Goyer, and founded the company’s television division – Heyday Television, based at Warner Brothers – on the heels of his series Threshold for CBS.

Rosen has been under exclusive production deals with Warner Brothers (TimeWarner), CBS (Viacom), Paramount (Viacom), and 20th Century Fox (Newscorp). He has been represented by Creative Artists Agency and William Morris Endeavor Agency. He graduated with honors from Princeton with a B.A. in English literature and a minor in theatre, and also served on the staff of Senator Dianne Feinstein.

Rosen is also managed by Anonymous Content (The Revenant, Spotlight, Mr. Robot, True Detective) as an EP/creator/writer of films & series.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hollywood 101: Marc Rosen – Princeton University", princeton.edu, 2011–2012, webpage: PUcar.
  2. ^ "Marc Rosen – IMDb", IMDb, 2012, webpage: IM866.

Other references[edit]

  • "Bardem tries on 'Nike'", Variety.com, March 21, 2002, web: VR.

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