Sander Schwartz

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Sander Schwartz (born January 7, 1954, Cleveland, Ohio, United States) is an American Daytime Emmy award-winning producer of television animation. He was President of Warner Bros. Animation between 2001 and 2007, followed by President, International Productions of Sony Pictures Television between 2007 and 2009, and was President of FremantleMedia's Kids and Family Entertainment Division from 2009 through 2013. He is currently (interim) CEO of IPSP Global Financial Services LLC, the American arm of DengiOnline, the largest online electronics payments platform in Russia and the C.I.S., specializing in the distribution of video games for and micro-transactions within gaming for all platforms.


After graduating from high school, Schwartz studied Government and Economics at Ohio University, followed by law at Northwestern University Chicago. He started his career in entertainment and media as Assistant Secretary of the AFTRA. In 1982, Schwartz moved to New York to work for CBS Entertainment, where he developed an interest in children's television programs. In the late 1980s, Schwartz relocated to California, where he worked for TMS Entertainment (based in Tokyo, Japan), Walt Disney Television, and Columbia Pictures Television as Executive Vice President of Children's Programming and, later, President of Family Entertainment for Sony Pictures Entertainment for the period 1999-2001. Subsequently he was appointed President of Warner Bros. Animation in 2001,[1] but in 2007, Schwartz resigned to return to Sony Pictures. In 2009, Schwartz joined FremantleMedia as Executive Vice President of the newly created Kids and Family Entertainment division,[2] and moved into the role of President in the same division in 2010.[3]



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External links[edit]

Sander Schwartz at the Internet Movie Database