Declared by Mike Ryan of Uproxx as "having the best smile that's ever been on television in the history of the medium," 2021 Emmy® Nominee Jeremy Katz is the President of The Katz Company (TKC), a full service personal talent management company representing artists in all areas of the entertainment industry.
On Television, TKC clients seen as Series Regulars and have also appeared in hundreds of guest spots on episodic television shows. In Theater, TKC clients can be seen on Broadway, in the West End, and the most prestigious off-Broadway, and regional theaters in the country. On Film, clients have appeared in Studio features & Independent films.
In addition, TKC clients have appeared in national commercials, and perform in comedy clubs and solo concerts/symphony engagements throughout the world.
Katz has produced hundreds of these live concerts throughout the world, with most notably with the Yomiuri Shimbun in Tokyo, Japan and at Lincoln Center for it's American Songbook Series with PATINA MILLER: IN CONCERT & with NORM LEWIS: WHO AM I? both of which aired on PBS' "Live From Lincoln Center."
In 2021, he was honored with a New York Emmy Nomination for his work executive producing 54 Presents’ NORM LEWIS’ CHRISTMAS TIME IS HERE.
He has also executive produced A&E's "Lachey's: Raising The Bar," an episode of Netflix’s “Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready," & produced PBS' "First You Dream" now available on Amazon Prime. He is the Executive Producer of “The Lesbian Bar Project,” as well as the online series “Swipe Monster” starring Barrett Wilbert Weed, “The Gaycation Magazine Travel Show,” as well as two online travel series hosted by Ravi Roth. In 2016 and 2017, he and was the Creative & Talent Consultant for the Obie Awards.
In Music, Jeremy has executive produced Lea DeLaria’s "House of David," "The Norm Lewis Christmas Album" and "Kim David Smith: Live at Joe’s Pub" all currently available on CD, iTunes and Amazon.
Prior to founding The Katz Company in 2007, Jeremy Katz was an agent in the Talent and Theater Departments at the William Morris Agency, where he spent over 9 years.