The industry veteran helped develop “Mad Men,” “Weeds,” “Crash” and “American Dreams”
Former Lionsgate and Universal Television exec Ally Lattman has joined The Cartel as vice president of development, TheWrap has learned.
Lattman has been working as a television executive for nearly 10 years, doing development and current for comedy, drama, movies and limited series.
As an executive at Universal Television she helped develop “American Dreams” and worked on “The District.” As a VP of television at Lionsgate, she helped develop “Weeds” and “Mad Men,” as well as the small screen adaptation of “Crash.”
After Lionsgate, Lattman served as VP of TV development for Piller-Segan-Shepherd.
“We all are very excited about the addition of Ally Lattman to The Cartel,” said co-founding partner Jeff Holland. “Ally has a fantastic reputation, a wealth of experience in development and current, and is extremely well respected and well liked among her peers. We feel very lucky to have the opportunity to work with her.”
The Cartel is a feature film and television production and management company representing top-tier show runners, show creators, writers, directors, producers and production companies for film, TV and new media. The company recently signed an exclusive first-look development deal with rising indie studio Entertainment One.
The Cartel also has been involved in the production of the Discovery series “A Place in the Sun” and several recent movies including “Guns, Girls & Gambling,” “The Wedding Pact,” “Out of Reach,” “Defending Santa” and “The Terror Experiment.”