Alumni Stories

Andrew Jameson (F’90)

Former President, Maloof Entertainment Group
Partner, Irish Dreamtime

Location: Philodemic Room, Healy Hall, Georgetown University
Interviewer/Producer: Anneliesa Clump Alprin (G’06)
Editor: Lisa Fthenakis (C’10) Andrew Jameson

In the last five years, Andrew Jameson has produced a diverse range of projects from the worlds of scripted television, features, and unscripted television. Recently, he has been charged by Pierce Brosnan to guide his production company, Irish Dreamtime (IDT), into the television business; as such, Andrew helps lead IDT’s strategy and vision, and supervises all production and development. Moreover, Andrew is actively developing projects outside the scope of IDT, including several with Mark Burnett Productions as well as Ben Silverman’s Electus.

Prior to working with Irish Dreamtime, Andrew served as President at Maloof Productions, where he ran the day-to-day operations while creating strategic alliances for the company. In his tenure at Maloof, he developed and produced forty episodes of primetime television and a feature, in the process working with George Clooney, Matt Damon, Steven Soderbergh, Ben Affleck and Adam Sandler. Moreover, he sold projects to HBO, Comedy Central, ESPN, Spike, E! and Speed Channel.

Previously, he served as Senior Vice President at Steve Stabler’s Commotion Pictures, and held Business Affairs positions at Screen Actors Guild, Paramount Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox. He has lectured at Columbia University’s School of the Arts, and is a member of the Producers Guild of America as well as the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Additional Resources

Irish DreamTime: The Official Website
http://www.irishdreamtime.com

Andrew Jameson – IMDb
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1264836

Producers Guild of America
http://www.producersguild.org

Academy of Television Arts & Sciences
http://www.emmys.tv

One response to “Andrew Jameson (F’90)”

  1. Perhaps the fact that Professor Anthony Arend just happens to be my son-in-law has a bit to do with the fact that I find this Alumni Story to be quite intriguing!

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