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Nick Pepper to Depart The Mark Gordon Company


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Nick Pepper, head of television for The Mark Gordon Company, is slated to leave his position on May 31, 2018.

Until his official exit, Pepper will concentrate on the new show The Rookie. His departure comes on the heels of the recent news that Entertainment One (eOne) acquired its remaining stake in The Mark Gordon Company, with Gordon tapped as eOne’s president and chief content officer for film, television and digital.

Pepper and Gordon have been collaborating for the past eight years, helping to lead the development and production of such series as Quantico, Conviction and Designated Survivor.

“Nick has contributed greatly to our success in television,” remarked Gordon. “He is a wildly talented executive poised for continued success wherever his next chapter takes him. I look forward to following the next step in an already stellar career.”

Pepper added: “I have been incredibly fortunate to have been mentored by Mark, one of the best producers in the business. It is now time for me to pursue other opportunities and continue my career in content creation. I will be forever grateful to Mark and the team for their support these many years and for all that we have accomplished together.”



About Joanna Padovano Tong

Joanna Padovano Tong is the managing editor of World Screen. She can be reached at jpadovano@worldscreen.com.

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