Nanas is known for giving up a promising career as an agent at William Morris to personally manage Sylvester Stallone’s career, helping take him from a struggling actor to one of the world’s biggest stars.Nanas has personally represented some of the biggest stars in Hollywood including comedian Albert Brooks, Roseanne Barr, Gary Busey, Michael Chiklis, Ray Sharkey and Lorenzo Lamas, amongst others.Upon starting out in the business, Reed rapidly gained a reputation for bringing a unique perspective to every genre of reality television, and in 2011 he became the youngest producer ever to be included in The Hollywood Reporter’s “Reality Power List.” He started Thinkfactory’s rapid growth by co-creating (A&E).Prior to joining Thinkfactory, Adam made his mark in the commercial industry by creating and directing the largest campaign in the history of the Partnership for a Drug-Free America.
Asked about Gerwig’s distinguishing qualities, Baumbach emphasizes her spontaneity.
Greif is a versatile talent responsible for hundreds of hours of quality scripted and unscripted entertainment which have aired on nearly every major television network.
Thinkfactory Media’s projects have collectively earned 20 Emmy nominations (5 wins), 2 Golden Globe nominations (1 win), 23 Guild nominations (5 wins) and 2 Guinness World Records. Greif most recently developed and currently executive produces the 1950s period drama for History, the true story behind the fabled Texas Rangers, which rustled up a trio of Emmy nominations and starred Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Bill Paxton, Ray Liotta and Kris Kristofferson. Greif’s multi-hyphenate work on other scripted projects includes a slate of independent films: as director and producer of the crime drama (CMT) attracted nearly 3 million fans, making the network the most watched night of CMT originals in the channel’s history.
Deutch, who also directed the Hughes-scripted “The Great Outdoors” and more recently episodes of “Big Love” and “Jane the Virgin,” has a development deal at HBO and is scheduled to direct for the network’s upcoming comedy series “Barry,” starring Bill Hader.
Married since 1989, the two are parents to actresses Madelyn and Zoey Deutch.