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Allison Wallach heads to UTA

Allison Wallach, most recently senior vice president of programming at BBC Worldwide in New York, is heading to United Talent Agency (UTA) as an agent in its alternative television department.
July 29, 2010

Allison Wallach, most recently senior vice president of programming at BBC Worldwide in New York, is heading to United Talent Agency (UTA) as an agent in its alternative television department. Wallach will join the UTA alternative programming team to rep producers, production companies, international formats and reality talent. While at BBCWW, Wallach exec produced and oversaw programs including What Not To Wear and The Bank of Mom and Dad. Prior to that position, Wallach spent 11 years at the Lifetime Network, most recently as VP of East Coast programming, where she developed both scripted and unscripted series for the net. ”As the unscripted marketplace continues to grow exponentially, Allison is joining our team at a perfect time,’ said Michael Camacho, head of UTA’s alternative television department.

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