Studio Lambert USA grabs Goldman

Greg Goldman, previously with Renegade 83 and most recently the EP behind NBC's Ready for Love, has joined Studio Lambert USA as president. (Pictured: Studio Lambert's Undercover Boss)
August 12, 2013

Greg Goldman, previously with Renegade 83 and most recently the EP behind NBC’s Ready for Love, has joined LA-based Studio Lambert USA as president.

In the role, Goldman will report to Studio Lambert CEO and All3Media America chairman Stephen Lambert, and will create, sell and oversee original series with a focus on new development and production, and will also help bring the prodco’s UK formats to the U.S.

With the creation of All3Media America last year, Lambert and president Eli Holzman continue to oversee and exec produce myriad shows in the Studio Lambert and All3Media America slate such as the CBS hit Undercover Boss (pictured), and will lend their support to new programs brought to the table by Goldman and other All3Media America companies. Other prodcos under the umbrella include Maverick USA, Lime USA, and Objective USA.

Prior to Renegade 83, Goldman had stints at RDF USA as executive vice president of development and current, and at ABC in America as executive director of development.

“I am delighted to be back in business with Greg who is a rare breed of executive with experience as an outstanding producer, network buyer and development executive,” said Lambert. “He is the ideal person to head up the new Studio Lambert USA which will benefit from his huge creative drive, the support of his All3A colleagues and a strong Studio Lambert development base in London.”


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