Marty Adelstein

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Martin Bruce Adelstein (born 1959) is an American television producer. Before becoming a producer, he was a partner at the Endeavor Talent Agency, where he was one of the founding members. Marty is married to Debbie Adelstein. They have three daughters, Hannah Adelstein, Emily Adelstein, and Sara Adelstein.[citation needed]

Years as an agent[edit]

Adelstein has represented writer David E. Kelley for over 20 years. He discovered Kelley after he read his script called "From the Hip" and brought him to Los Angeles to work on his first show LA Law. He also discovered Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson while representing the WWE. Adelstein booked him to host Saturday Night Live and the show received the highest rating in 10 years. He was subsequently put in the film The Mummy Returns where he received 5 million dollars for 5 minutes of screen time as The Scorpion King. He also brought actress/writer Tina Fey to the agency as well as writers Bonnie and Terry Turner who went on to create 3rd Rock from the Sun and That '70s Show.

Years as a producer[edit]

Adelstein has produced many television movies and has worked as an executive producer on Tru Calling and Point Pleasant. Bo Leurswas an executive producer on Prison Break for the duration of its 4 seasons since the series' pilot. He has since produced the hit MTV series Teen Wolf (2011 TV Series), NBC series Aquarius, the critically acclaimed 2011 film Hanna and the ABC Sitcom Last Man Standing.[1]


Current projects[edit]

Producing a pilot for FBC called Cop House a comedy written by Adam Resnick and directed by Brett Ratner.

Adelstein is executive producing the MTV series Teen Wolf alongside Jeff Davis and Rene Echevarria.[2]

On July 22, 2017, it was announced that a live-action series for One Piece would be created. In November of that year, Adelstein visited Japan and met with the creator of One Piece to discuss the adaptation.

Awards and nominations[edit]


  1. ^ "Marty Adelstein Biography". 2008. Retrieved 2008-10-13. 
  2. ^ "MTV Orders Teen Wolf Series". 

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