Gavin Polone

film and TV producer

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Former manager and agent who went on to found production company Pariah Entertainment; executive producer of TV shows like Curb Your Enthusiasm and The Gilmore Girls, and producer of films like My Super Ex-Girlfriend and Panic Room, whose new projects include the features Ghost Town, The Seed and Conan O'Brien Can't Stop, as well as the TV shows Backyards & Bullets and Tell Me You Love Me.

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Gavin Polone was an agent before becoming the producer of TV shows including The Gilmore Girls and Jane by Design, so he knows a few things about the agency business.

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Gavin Polone was an agent before becoming the producer of TV shows including The Gilmore Girls and Jane by Design, so he knows a few things about the agency business.

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'Conan O'Brien Can't Stop' and Gavin Polone's Many Lives

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'Conan O'Brien Can't Stop' and Gavin Polone's Many Lives

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