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Peter Dealbert

Pacific View Management
Owner/Manager/Producer
Santa Monica, CA

Peter Dealbert is the founder of Pacific View Management, a boutique literary management & production company based on the oceanfront in Santa Monica, CA.

Peter grew up in New York, then lived in Northern California before moving to Los Angeles and starting his career as an agent trainee at the former Endeavor agency, now William Morris Endeavor.  He then moved to Principato Young Entertainment where he was promoted to manager in 2011.  Peter earned his reputation for his keen eye for bold voices and being a top performer, securing opportunities for both established and emerging clients.  Peter took his vision and acuity for managing highly specialized creators and started Pacific View Management in January of 2015.  He continues to represent artists who take a character-driven approach to storytelling and has built businesses around their interests. With great relationships, a distinct position in the marketplace and a client-first agenda, Peter continues to handle the careers of clients like: Andrew Sodroski, former AFF finalist and writer of the #1 Black List script Holland, Michigan which Errol Morris is directing and Pacific View is producing. Andrew has written multiple projects for Warner Brothers, MRC, Studio and talent like Bradley Cooper.  Javier Gullon, who wrote the Denis Villenueve directed Enemy which starred Jake Gyllenhaal and is currently writing for 20th Century Fox and Steve Zaillian.  Darren Aronofsky’s Protozoa Films and Pacific View are currently in pre-production on Gullon's dramatic thriller entitled 478 with Arnold Schwarzenegger starring.  Peter represents authors, playwrights & comic book creators including Hammett Prize winning crime novelist Richard Lange who is adapting his novel Angel Baby for Warner Brothers.  Additionally, Pacific View represents television writers on shows for networks like HBO, FX, Netflix, FBC as well as creators of premium television for producers like Howard Gordon, Plan B, Trigger Street and JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot.