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Danny Alexander is an Agent in the Literary department at APA, one of the largest diversified talent agencies in the industry with offices in Los Angeles, Nashville, Atlanta, New York, Toronto and London. A market leader, APA’s Television Literary department represents the creative and business interests of award-winning showrunners, writers, directors, and intellectual properties across all media platforms.
Following his graduation from Indiana University in 2012 where he majored in Political Science and Economics, Alexander joined APA’s mailroom in 2013 before working as an assistant and then coordinator in the Television Literary department, prior to his promotion to Agent in 2018. With a primary focus on staffing writer clients on series and helping guide their respective development projects to fruition, Alexander also works across the agency’s Talent, Alternative & Factual Programming, and Physical Production departments in securing intellectual properties, development and acquisition.
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