Brad Mendelsohn is a Partner and the Co-Head of Literary at Circle of Confusion, where he has led and supported Circle’s literary management division for ten years. A highly respected and accomplished literary manager and producer, with over two decades of experience representing writers, creators and filmmakers, and producing both television and features, Mendelsohn represents a prestigious roster of clients, including Independent Spirit award-winner Sterlin Harjo (RESERVATION DOGS), best-selling author Taylor Jenkins Reid (DAISY JONES & THE SIX, THE SEVEN HUSBANDS OF EVELYN HUGO), Emmy-nominated Rebecca Sonnenshine (ARCHIVE 81, THE BOYS), Doug Jung (CHIEF OF WAR), and Todd Harthan (ROSEWOOD, THE RESIDENT).
He is currently producing a number of notable projects for Amazon, Netflix, Hulu & Sony, including the adaptations of multiple novels written by longtime client, producing partner, and New York Times best-selling author, Taylor Jenkins Reid. Projects include DAISY JONES & THE SIX, the highly anticipated series for Amazon and Hello Sunshine, premiering March 2023, THE SEVEN HUSBANDS OF EVELYN HUGO for Netflix, with Little Fires Everywhere creator Liz Tigelaar adapting, MALIBU RISING for Hulu, Reid’s follow-up to her New York Times best-selling book DAISY JONES & THE SIX, and the feature film MY EX-FRIEND’S WEDDING, written by Taylor Jenkins Reid & Ashley Rodger with Kay Cannon attached to direct. Stacey Snider’s Sister Pictures is producing alongside Mendelsohn.
Other notable projects in development include the feature SECOND YOU written by Michele & Kieran Mulroney for Amblin Partners, and the feature TUNNELS written by Victoria Rose and to be directed by client John Krokidas with Susan Sarandon, Anna Faris, and Alicia Silverstone starring.
Mendelsohn began his career in the mailroom at Endeavor, where he served as a Motion Picture Agent for 3 years before becoming a Manager at Industry Entertainment in 2003. He joined Circle of Confusion in 2011.
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