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Brandon Blake has been an entertainment lawyer and producer in Los Angeles for more than sixteen years. After studying cinema and painting in college, he made the decision to attend law school, with a focus on entertainment and media law. Blake attended The University of Texas School of Law and acquired a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree.
From a big firm background, his practice includes work exclusively for entertainment clientèle in contract, corporate, distribution and financing, music, and packaging. Mr. Blake represents Academy Award, Emmy Award, and Grammy Award recognized producers, directors and artists and negotiates major motion picture distribution deals. Mr. Blake produced the Lions Gate Films release The Presence (2010) with Daniel Myrick, director of The Blair Witch Project (1999) and Oscar winner Mira Sorvino, and is representing "Winning Sounds Like This" with executive producer Garry Marshall and director Tom Hines (2008 Sundance Film Festival Nominee for Chronic Town (2008)). Mr. Blake annually attends major markets including the Cannes Film Festival, Sundance, FILMART in Hong Kong, and AFM, and makes deals on behalf of film, television, and music clients. Mr. Blake has a sophisticated and distinguished clientèle, and is proud to count Academy Award, Emmy Award, and Grammy Award recognized producers, directors, and performers among his current clients. A small sample of current projects Mr. Blake is working on include Before the Devil Knows You're Dead (2007) with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ethan Hawke, Albert Finney, and Marisa Tomei, The Babysitters (2007) with John Leguizamo and Cynthia Nixon, AmericanEast (2008) with Tony Shalhoub, and _Richard III (2007)_ with David Carradine and Danny Trejo, among many other notable projects. Mr. Blake has also represented writers and animators of some of the best know works in the world, including Bill Peet (Creator of 101 Dalmatians (1961) and Dumbo (1941)), Emmy award winner Anthony Bell (director of Alpha and Omega (2010) and Co-creator of _Rugrats (1991-1992)_), and graphic novelist Mark Kalesniko (writer of "Mail Order Bride").
- IMDb Mini Biography By: FTLQ Staff