Evan Davis

Former Scott Rudin assistant

Former Scott Rudin assistant

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Evan Davis, Max Hoffman and Eileen Klomhaus remember being yelled at, belittled, and gaslighted by Hollywood producer Scott Rudin.

Former assistants on working with Scott Rudin: ‘It’s war time … all you’re thinking about is how you survive it’

Evan Davis, Max Hoffman and Eileen Klomhaus remember being yelled at, belittled, and gaslighted by Hollywood producer Scott Rudin.

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