Barbara Dreyfus /
Barbara Dreyfus is Head of Motion Pictures for Will Packer Productions.
In this position she
is responsible for developing comedy and drama projects through the company's first look deal with Universal Pictures
Prior to joining the company, Dreyfus was a senior agent in the motion picture literary department of United Talent Agency (UTA) where she represented a broad range of the industry's leading screenwriters and directors.
Raised in New York City, Dreyfus earned a Bachelor's degree from Northwestern University's undergraduate film school.
career with a series of apprenticeships in New York and Los Angeles, working alongside directors, producers and film editors, and amassing a body of filmmaking knowledge that would prove invaluable in her
career as a motion picture agent.
first stint at an agency was in the legal department of the William Morris Agency
, but her
career as an agent began at the InterTalent agency where she
trained under agent Bill Block.
Two years later, she
moved to ICM
with the merger of the two agencies and continued to build both a formidable roster of clients and a reputation as a passionate representative of writers.
After eight years at ICM, she joined UTA in 2001.
has represented Scott Burns (The Informant, PU-239), Andrew Adamson (Shrek, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe), Charles Stone (Drumline, Mr. 3000), Dana Stevens (For The Love of the Game), Adam Herz (American Pie, American Pie II, American Wedding), Rob Ramsey & Matthew Stone (Big Trouble, Life, Destiny Turns On The Radio), Barry Fanaro, Hilary Seitz (Insomnia, Taking Lives), Matt Manfredi & Phil Hay (At Seventeen, Aeon Flux) and Geoff Rodkey (Daddy Day Care).