Tony Winning Producer Brian Zeilinger Launches CATAPULT Artist Management Company

Tony Winning Producer Brian Zeilinger Launches CATAPULT Artist Management Company

Brian Zeilinger, a Tony Award winning producer, has announced the opening of his new artist management company, CATAPULT.

Brian Zeilinger said, "I'm thrilled to establish this new company where we'll work to launch emerging talent as well as take established talent to new heights by providing hands on, customized services. By working collaboratively with agents, casting directors and other industry leaders, the company will help clients forge new business relationships while keeping their careers on the right trajectory. Catapult will foster a nurturing environment and build every client's long term brand by creating exciting new opportunities to grow professionally and artistically."

Zeilinger is one of the most dynamic and creative young minds in the entertainment business. At 18, he became the youngest theatrical producer in both Broadway and West End history. His extensive work in theatre began with apprenticeships with such producers as Daryl Roth and the late Randall L. Wreghitt. He has worked as a consulting producer for various television programs and served as a producer on numerous films and theatrical productions. His Broadway credits include the upcoming production of The Cripple of Inishmaan, I'll Eat You Last, Lucky Guy, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Death of a Salesman, Catch Me If You Can, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, The Pee-Wee Herman Show, Lend Me a Tenor. His producing credits on the West End include The Sunshine Boys, Master Class, Top Girls, Betrayal and Hair.

Zeilinger's experience as a manager coupled with his in depth understanding of the entertainment industry and his unique personal relationships with film, theatre and television producers and directors give his clients access to the industry's power players. As a manager, Zeilinger has worked for management companies in both New York and Los Angeles, collaborating with clients on projects ranging from Broadway debuts to Oscar campaigns. He will also continue to produce for the stage, film and television.

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