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Anne Thomopoulos

Anne Thomopoulos, a former senior vice president at HBO, began her career there with the mandate to create a dramatic series department. She did so developing OZ, HBO’s ground-breaking one-hour drama series. Subsequently, she established the acclaimed miniseries division developing and overseeing From the Earth to the Moon. The 12-part miniseries won numerous awards, including three Emmy® Awards and a Golden Globe Award. Her subsequent miniseries include
Band of Brothers, which won six Emmy® Awards, including Outstanding Miniseries, and a Golden Globe® Award for Best Miniseries; and The Corner, which won four Emmy® Awards, including Outstanding Miniseries, and a Peabody Award.
Thomopoulos also developed and executive produced HBO/BBC historical dramatic series ROME, the seven part HBO miniseries Generation Kill and served as executive producer on Camelot for Starz where she had a first look producing deal.
In 2014 she completed the three season run of the historical series, Borgia for Canal + and went on to executive produce The Black Box for ABC, three3 seasons of Versailles for Canal + and the historical drama The Collection written by Oliver Goldstick for France 3 and Amazon, as well as Season 1 of the 10-part drama series Britannia for SKY.
Her most recent production, The Hook Up Plan, a French language romantic comedy series dropped on NETFLIX in December 2018.
Thomopoulos recently joined Chris Albrecht as a partner in Legendary Global, Legendary Entertainment’s international television venture.
She is a dual national of The United States and France and lives between Paris and Los Angeles