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Greg Goldman Steps Down at Studio Lambert USA


After five years at the all3media-backed producer, Greg Goldman has resigned as president of Studio Lambert USA (Undercover Boss), with Jack Burgess taking on acting responsibility for the American business.

Burgess recently transferred from Studio Lambert’s London headquarters to become senior VP of development and current in Los Angeles. In his new acting role as head of the U.S. business, he will work alongside Stephen Lambert, the company’s founder and CEO.

Prior to joining Studio Lambert, Goldman had an overall deal with Renegade 83. Before that, he was executive VP of development and current at RDF USA. Earlier in his career, he was an executive at ABC, where he oversaw such reality series as the long-running hit Wife Swap, created by Lambert.

“I want to thank Greg for the many ways he has driven our business in the U.S., especially overseeing the launch of the celebrity version of Undercover Boss, which recently completed a strong first season on CBS,” said Lambert. “Greg wants to pursue new challenges and I wish him great success in the future.”

“I am excited Jack is in a position to take on acting responsibility for developing the U.S. side of our company,” added Lambert. “We have enjoyed considerable success recently in the U.K., both in scripted and unscripted, and now I want to focus on developing further our American business. Jack’s experience of running development in the U.K. will help us to join up the two sides of our company.”

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