Originally from Atlanta, Beth knew she wanted to work in the entertainment business but wasn’t sure how to get there. While finding her way, she was diverted slightly and worked in one of the largest antique auction houses in the country. Celebrities seeking to decorate their lavish homes sought out this company and Beth was the person to help them find unique pieces to satisfy their design needs. This connection to the entertainment business was a sign she needed to pursue her dream. After a successful stint in the antique business Beth packed her bags and moved to Los Angeles to start the career she always wanted.
Beth began this career in entertainment in the Motion Picture Literary department of Creative Artists Agency where she worked for eight years. After starting as the assistant to the head of that department she worked her way up to Literary Agent, where she represented both writers and directors in the feature film area.
Finding the “crossover” business to be most exciting, Beth focused her energies on successfully transitioning theatre and television artists into film. In 2004 she decided to become a manager where she could work for her clients in not only film but in the television and theatre worlds as well.
She now represents talent in all areas including executive producers on hit television shows, Broadway writers and directors, successful feature writers and filmmakers. She is also thrilled to be partnering up with her clients to produce some of their television, theater and film projects.
Beth is officially bi-coastal, currently working in Los Angeles and New York and has a wonderful new family with Peter, Chloe and Griffin and of course her precious Labrador, Hank.