|Title||C.E.O., All3Media America|
|Bio||Greg Lipstone joined All3Media America as CEO in 2015. Prior to joining All3Media America, Lipstone was a founding partner and board member at ICM Partners, a talent and literary agency representing clients in the fields of motion pictures, television, publishing, music, theater, branded entertainment and digital media. Lipstone oversaw the agency’s international television and media department.
While an agent, Lipstone’s clients included All3Media America, Studio Lambert, Lime Pictures, North One, Bentley Productions, MME-Filmpool, South Pacific Pictures, Lion Television, Objective Productions, Optomen Production and Zoo Productions, Nigel Lythgoe and Nigel Lythgoe Productions, Leftfield Pictures, LMNO Productions, Original Media, Jane Street Entertainment, Hoodlum, David Young’s Hindsight Productions, Ken Mok, Conrad Green, Audrey Morrissey, Alycia Rossiter, Sam Donnelly, Rupert Thompson, Ping Pong Productions, Bodega Pictures, ZnakJones, Greenbird, Collins Avenue, Arnold Shapiro Productions, Gurney Productions, and Matt Kunitz, among others.
Lipstone is credited with packaging numerous successful television series including Dancing with the Stars (ABC), The Office (NBC), Hell’s Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares (FOX), Undercover Boss (CBS), Million Second Quiz (NBC), Wilfred (F/X), Skins (MTV), Ugly Betty (ABC), Beyond Scared Straight (A&E), The People’s Couch (Bravo), Chrisley Knows Best (USA), Prime Suspect (NBC), Guinness World Records Gone Wild (TruTV), Kids Say the Darndest Things (CBS), Last Comic Standing (NBC) and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (ABC).
Lipstone is the third generation of a family who has devoted over 100 years working in the entertainment business. Lipstone worked at the William Morris Agency for 21 years, initially as a trainee and subsequently rising through the ranks to head the agency’s network television department in 2004. He started his entertainment industry career while still a teenager, serving as a receptionist at The Landsburg Company during school vacations and summer holidays. He quickly worked his way up to segment producer on several network series and specials.