Jerry Longarzo is the managing partner of Klevan Longarzo Vance Blumensaadt LLP, a boutique entertainment law firm that specializes in talent representation of television and feature performers, boutique scripted television studios, unscripted television production companies, writers, directors and producers, and U.S. networks and digital platforms.
Longarzo previously held senior posts at Newscorp. (where he oversaw the business affairs, legal affairs, scripted production, unscripted production, post production and business development departments for Fox Television Studios and spearheaded the studio's transition from a television movie business model to a scripted series model and was involved in the creation and exploitation of Burn Notice, White Collar, The Riches, Saving Grace, The Glades and The Shield) and the Walt Disney Company (where he managed business affairs for numerous successful television series). Longarzo began his legal career in New York as a corporate associate for the law firm Lord Day and Lord.
Longarzo earned a J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center and a BSBA, magna cum laude, from the McDonough School of Business. He is a member of the California and New York Bar Associations. He and his wife Diana have three sons and reside in Los Angeles, California.