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You Can't Fall Off the Floor: And Other Lessons from a Life in Hollywood

You Can't Fall Off the Floor: And Other Lessons from a Life in Hollywood

by Harris Katleman, Nick Katleman

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781948122399
Publisher: RosettaBooks
Publication date: 06/25/2019
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Harris Katleman, the former president and CEO of 20th Century Fox Television, has experienced a long record of successes as a television studio head, a producer, and a talent agent. Starting his career as an office boy at MCA Artists, Katleman climbed the company hierarchy to head the TV packaging department in New York. He then took over West Coast Productions at Goodson Todman, controlling sales and administration of leading gameshows including To Tell the Truth, Password, and The Price is Right. Katleman left the gameshow business to become president of MGM Television, where he was instrumental in using his television slate to finance the company’s Las Vegas casinos. After co-running his own production company, Katleman assumed control of 20th Century Fox Television. In addition to overseeing production on the final four years of M*A*S*H* and Trapper John, M.D., Katleman cultivated notable projects including the award-winning and highly acclaimed series LA Law, The Simpsons, Anything but Love, In Living Color, NYPD Blue, and Picket Fences.

Active in industry and community affairs, Katleman is a member of The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He recently completed a two-year term as president of the Hollywood Radio and Television Society.

Nick Katleman is a screenwriter, novelist, and memoirist who grew up alongside a stock of entertainment professionals. After obtaining a degree in creative writing from the University of Washington, Katleman followed in his grandfather’s footsteps by starting in the mailroom of the eminent agency WME Entertainment. He has since jumped to the creative side of the entertainment business, writing books and screenplays in Los Angeles. Katleman is currently spearheading Storyflect, a private memoir service that offers custom, interview-based story albums from the perspectives of its clients.