Freddy DeMann

 

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Frederick "Freddy" DeMann is a film producer, music executive, and co-founder of Maverick Records. During his music career, he managed two of the century's biggest stars: Michael Jackson and Madonna. During DeMann's tenure, two of Michael Jackson's greatest albums were recorded and released; Off the Wall and Thriller. DeMann managed Madonna essentially from the beginning of her career in 1983 through 1997. He is also the former manager of Lionel Richie and Billy Idol, among others. After selling his interest in Maverick in 1999, he managed Shakira. As a producer, he bought the rights to the book The Life and Death of Peter Sellers and turned it into a movie for HBO, which earned eight Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards. Broadway productions include Proof, Topdog/Underdog, Take Me Out, and Spring Awakening; each play won the Tony Award, Pulitzer Prize, or both. Also: West Side Story, and A Chorus Line

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Freddy DeMann

Awards
Award Ceremony Year Awarded for
Tony Award for Best Musical (Spring Awakening) 61st Tony Awards 2007 Spring Awakening
Producers Guild of America Award - David L. Wolper Producer of the Year Award in Long-Form Television (The Life and Death of Peter Sellers) Producers Guild of America Awards 2005 2006 The Life And Death Of Peter Sellers
Tony Award for Best Play (Take Me Out) 57th Tony Awards 2003 Take Me Out
Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
Tony Award for Best Musical (Nice Work If You Can Get It) 66th Tony Awards 2012 Nice Work If You Can Get It
Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical (West Side Story) 63rd Tony Awards 2009 West Side Story
Tony Award for Best Musical (Spring Awakening) 61st Tony Awards 2007 Spring Awakening
Producers Guild of America Award - David L. Wolper Producer of the Year Award in Long-Form Television (The Life and Death of Peter Sellers) Producers Guild of America Awards 2005 2006 The Life And Death Of Peter Sellers
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Television Movie (The Life and Death of Peter Sellers) 57th Primetime Emmy Awards 2005 The Life And Death Of Peter Sellers
Tony Award for Best Musical (Caroline, or Change) 58th Tony Awards 2004 Caroline, or Change
Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play (Jumpers) 58th Tony Awards 2004 Jumpers
Tony Award for Best Play (Take Me Out) 57th Tony Awards 2003 Take Me Out
Tony Award for Best Play (Topdog/Underdog) 56th Tony Awards 2002 Topdog/Underdog

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Frederick "Freddy" DeMann is a film producer, music executive, and co-founder of Maverick Records. During his music career, he managed two of the century's biggest stars: Michael Jackson and Madonna. During DeMann's tenure, two of Michael Jackson's greatest albums were recorded and released; Off the Wall and Thriller. DeMann managed Madonna essentially from the beginning of her career in 1983 through 1997. He is also the former manager of Lionel Richie and Billy Idol, among others. After selling his interest in Maverick in 1999, he managed Shakira. As a producer, he bought the rights to the book The Life and Death of Peter Sellers and turned it into a movie for HBO, which earned eight Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards. Broadway productions include Proof, Topdog/Underdog, Take Me Out, and Spring Awakening; each play won the Tony Award, Pulitzer Prize, or both. Also: West Side Story, and A Chorus Line.

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