Emmy-winning TV producer and creator Nick Weidenfeld has signed with WME for illustration.
Weidenfeld is at the moment CEO of Work Associates, which he launched with Tomorrow Studios in 2020. The corporate focuses on grownup animation and produces Max’s collection Ten 12 months Outdated Tom from creator Steve Dildarian.
Previous to launching Work Associates, Weidenfeld was president of programming for Viceland. Throughout his time on the cable outlet, he developed Viceland’s slate of authentic programming, together with the primary TV iteration of Desus and Mero (on which he was an government producer) and the channel’s first scripted collection, What Would Diplo Do?, with James Van Der Beek starring because the famed DJ.
Weidenfeld started his profession as head of growth at Grownup Swim, the place he had a hand in launching Rick and Morty and labored on exhibits together with The Boondocks, Metalocalypse, NTSF:SD:SUV and Childrens Hospital. He gained two Emmys for excellent short-form dwell motion program as a part of the latter’s producing workforce.
Following his time at Grownup Swim, he moved to Fox and launched ADHD Studios, the place he developed plenty of animated collection (together with Lucas Bros. Transferring Firm and Excessive College USA) for the published community and its then sibling cable channel FX.