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Exclusive: Nancy Glass Productions backs Argle Bargle

Jairus Cobb and Shannon Biggs, whose directing and production credits include hundreds of Pawn Stars episodes among other series, have partnered with Nancy Glass Productions to officially launch their Argle Bargle Films shingle.
March 31, 2015

Jairus Cobb and Shannon Biggs, whose directing and production credits include hundreds of Pawn Stars episodes among other series, have partnered with Nancy Glass Productions to officially launch their full service Argle Bargle Films shingle.

Cobb was a co-executive producer and director of more than 300 episodes of the Leftfield Pictures-produced hit for History, as well as other History series including Counting Cars and Chasing Tail; and two series for CMT: Guntucky and Hillbillies for Hire. Other credits include Wife Swap and Ball Boys for ABC.

Biggs, meanwhile, also served as producer and director for more than 200 episodes of Pawn Stars, and also produced several pilots including Counting Cars and Cajun Pawn Stars for History. She’d also worked on Made for MTV and Fashion Hunters for Bravo.

This marks the second joint venture for Nancy Glass Productions, with the first being last September’s tie-up with producer Randy Counsman to launch Rearrange Media. Both deals were brokered by ICM Partners.

“Besides being very talented, Nancy Glass Productions stays on top of our industry’s technology and maintains a culture that is well suited for us,” said Cobb and Biggs in a statement. “Our decision to partner with Nancy Glass was a no-brainer, and we are thankful for this opportunity.”

“Jairus and Shannon are incredibly talented and creative,” added Glass. “They have that combination of ideas, ability and energy that leads to great success.”

About The Author
Daniele Alcinii is a news reporter at realscreen, the leading international publisher of non-fiction film and television industry news and content. He joins the rs team with journalism experience following a stint out west with Sun Media in Edmonton's Capital Region, and communications work in Melbourne, Australia and Toronto. You can follow him on Twitter at @danielealcinii.

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