Brad Rosenfeld joined Abrams Artists Agency at the start of 2015 as the Co-Head of the Literary Department. Abrams provided Brad with the opportunity to work at a larger agency with a strong adult/kids talent, commercial, voiceover, and alternative department, as well as an east-coast office that has one of the top theatrical and book departments in NYC. In the short time Brad has been at Abrams, he has collaborated with the NY office to set up a number of feature films based on some of the books that the company represents. The Abrams Lit Dept. has also sold numerous television pilots and has writers working on staff on many comedy, drama, and kid’s television programs.
Prior to joining Abrams Artists, Brad worked for over 15 years at a boutique agency called Preferred Artists. Some of the projects that he was involved with included Seven Pounds, starring Will Smith, The Summer of Monte Wild Horn starring Morgan Freeman, Mr. Holland's Opus starring Richard Dreyfus, Barbershop 2, The Honeymooners, Pride, and the recent Trolls film, which was released by DreamWorks Animation.
Currently, Brad represents writers and directors working on shows such as American Dad, Survivor’s Remorse, Here, Now, NCIS: New Orleans, Media, The Quad, Fuller House, The Son, Chicago P.D., Kevin Probably Saves The World, Pitch, The Real O’Neils and One Day At A Time to name a few.
Brad loves a challenge, and tends to work with an eclectic list of clientele ranging from traditional film and television writers, to creators of children's content both animated and live action, live stage shows and tours. Brad finds this business rewarding and loves being able to help mold and shape someone's film and television career.