Rob Friedman

Co-chair and CEO, Summit Entertainment

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Co-chairman and CEO of worldwide, theatrical motion-picture studio Summit Entertainment (2007-present); rising from mailroom clerk at Warner Bros (1970), he held several posts, eventually becoming the studio's President of Worldwide Advertising and Publicity; Vice Chairman of the Paramount Motion Pictures Group (1997), adding the role of Chief Operating Officer in 2000, and ultimately overseeing seven divisions

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