Susan Gold

High-profile producer, persuasive insider.

Originally from Pennsylvania, Susan Gold brings her honest, no-nonsense
approach to the entertainment industry first by way of New York City, where
she got her basic combat boot training at the top talent agency ICM. She
went on to form her own talent brokerage firm, Celebrity Talent, providing
celebrities, athletes and entertainers for endorsements, promotions and
events. Among her successes there was convincing a semi-reclusive Andy
Warhol to do a television spot that former ad agency owner Donny Deutsch
(“The Big Idea”/CNBC) claims as his best.

From New York, Susan was invited to Los Angeles, where she produced
star-focused interviews and segments for AMC, BRAVO and The Sundance
Channel. She has also provided celebrity talent for NBC, VH-1, A&E, and
IFC, among others.

Susan’s career in television programming and development includes some of the most influential media outlets of today. As a
producer, she helped Roger Ailes launch the Fox News Channel. Working with industry icons Peter Bart and Peter Guber, she
oversaw all talent booking, execution and content of the AMC original series “Sunday Morning Shootout”.

Beyond television, she has produced high-profile events like the Closing Night of the Houston Astrodome, which featured President
and Mrs. George W. Bush, and country music greats like The Judds and Kenny Rogers. More recently, she delivered A-list talent
including Taylor Swift, David Beckham and Randy Jackson to help launch the phenomenon that is the Disney Channel's highly
successful “Phineas & Ferb—Take Two”.

On a personal level, Susan has the distinction of once placing third in her age group in the treacherous “Escape from Alcatraz” triathlon. She swims with a southern California masters team and practices Bikram yoga.