Ron Meyer is vice chairman of NBCUniversal, overseeing the company’s portfolio of film and television assets as well as its global theme park businesses. He was named to the position in 2013 after serving as president and chief operating officer of Universal Studios since 1995. Meyer and fellow NBC executives Donna Langley and Jeff Shell have presided over a string of box office hits in recent years, including the Jurassic World series, the “Furious” and “Minions” franchises and the “Fifty Shades of Grey” trilogy. Meyer came to the company from Creative Artists Agency, the talent agency he co-founded in 1975 with four fellow agents from the William Morris Agency. The former U.S. Marine worked as a television agent at William Morris after getting his start in entertainment at the Paul Kohner Agency.
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