Anonymous Content’s Kimberly Carver Joins Avalon

EXCLUSIVE: Kimberly Carver, who represents the likes of Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas, who are behind Wizards of Waverly Place reboot, has moved from Anonymous Content to Avalon.

Carver, who also recently exec produced Max’s Julia Child drama Julia, has joined the company as a manger based in LA.

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It is the latest expansion for UK-founded firm Avalon in the U.S., where it has added six manager in the U.S. and struck a partnership with literary talent at The Agency.

Carver joined Anonymous Content at the end of 2021, where she was a manager and producer working in scripted and non-fiction formats, representing a diverse group of writers, directors, documentary filmmakers, and podcasters. In addition to exec producing Julia, she also produced several comedy series, including Barely Famous and Comedy Get Down, and co-created the non-scripted series The Julia Child Challenge during her tenure at 3 Arts Entertainment.

Clients include Michael Bonfiglio (George Carlin’s American Dream), Caroline Suh (Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat), Emilia Serrano (Mixed-ish), Nelson McCormick (Criminal Minds) and Radium Cheung (The Sinner).

Avalon represents the likes of Daniel Radcliffe, Freddie Highmore, Iliza Shlesinger, Imelda Staunton, John Oliver, Rob Delaney, Sam Jay, Toby Jones and Will Sharpe as well as writers including Doctor Who’s Russell T Davies, Happy Valley’s Sally Wainwright and The Great’s Tony McNamara.

It is also behind series including HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, FX’s Breeders, Max’s Starstruck and British series Taskmaster.

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