Fulwell 73 has hired Whizz Kid Entertainment exec Caroline Roseman to serve in the newly created position of UK Head of Development. Roseman will work across Fulwell’s entire TV slate and will report to the indie’s senior executives Heather Greenwood and Carly Shackleton.
The company was launched in 2005 by Ben Winston, Leo Pearlman, Ben Turner and Gabe Turner. In 2017 James Corden joined the company as a fifth full partner. The company co-produces Corden’s U.S. vehicle The Late Late Show and are working on spin-off Carpool Karaoke for Apple.
“The Fulwell 73 story is as compelling as their content and I’m absolutely thrilled to be a part of their next chapter as they expand in the UK and across the world,” said Roseman. “Their reputation for quality and innovation, trailblazing entertainment and great story-telling has made them a trusted home and go-to production company for A-list stars, broadcasters, film studios, record labels and brands.”
A veteran of the industry, Roseman joins the company from an 8 year stint at Whizz Kid, where she most recently served as Head of Development. Before that she spent six years at ITV Entertainment as part of their in-house development team involved in the creative renewal of such shows as Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, the An Audience With brand and the Mania’s music specials brand.
“Caroline is simply one of the most talented development executives working in TV and her track record creating or working on some of the biggest hit shows in entertainment programming over the last decade speaks for itself”, added Fulwell 73 partner Leo Pearlman. “Her experience across multiple genres – music, entertainment, sport and talent-led specials – means she’s the perfect fit for us and our existing highly talented team so it’s great to have her onboard.”