Rick Rosen is a co-founder of Endeavor, now WME Agency. Rosen oversees the agency’s television division, in addition to his role in broadcast, sports broadcast, and golf divisions. He played a critical role in orchestrating Endeavor’s 2009 merger with the William Morris Agency, the largest talent agency merger in history.
Rosen works with comedic icon Conan O’Brien and represents the creators of many top television series such as Dick Wolf (Law & Order, Chicago, FBI Franchises), Howard Gordon (24, Homeland), Alex Gansa (Homeland), Linwood Boomer (Malcolm in the Middle), Hagai Levi (Scenes from a Marriage, Our Boys, In Treatment), and Sarah Treem (The Affair).
Rosen serves on the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Leadership Academy and is Co-Chair of the Board of the Alliance for Children’s Rights. He also serves on the Peabody Awards Board of Advisors and is the Chairman of the Hall of Fame Committee of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. He is the former president of the Board of Directors of the Hollywood Radio & Television Society and was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame in 2012.