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Exclusive: APA ups Levenbrown, Moore to VPs

Talent agency APA has promoted Josh Levenbrown (pictured, left) and Alan Moore (right) to vice presidents in the company's alternative and international television division.
January 24, 2014

Talent agency APA has promoted Josh Levenbrown (pictured, left) and Alan Moore (right) to vice presidents in the company’s alternative and international television division.

Both will work out of the agency’s Beverly Hills headquarters and report to Hayden Meyer, partner and head of alternative and international television.

The alternative and international television division has packaged unscripted series such as Betty White’s Off Their Rockers for NBC and Lifetime; Don’t Trust Andrew Maybe for A&E; Gator Boys for Animal Planet, Genealogy Roadshow for PBS and Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan for BBC America.

“Both Josh and Alan have played an integral role in the expansive growth of our division,” said Meyer in a statement. “Their respective track records and drive for excellence in servicing our diverse roster of clients is exemplary, and I couldn’t be more pleased to acknowledge their hard work and dedication with these promotions.”

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