Theresa Kang-Lowe is a partner at WME in the agency’s literary department and represents television and film clients, including Oscar winning and critically-acclaimed talent such as Gillian Flynn, Steve Zaillian, Lisa Joy, Simon Beaufoy, Lena Waithe, Guillermo Del Toro, David Goyer, Destin Daniel Cretton, Roberto Patino, Prentice Penny, Justin Simien, Charles King’s MACRO TV Studios, The Ink Factory studio, amongst notable others.
Recently, she negotiated a 9-figure multi-year television overall deal for her client (who is Asian American) and packaged her client Soo Hugh’s Apple show which is the first-ever high budget series about four generations of a Korean family, based on the book PACHINKO, which will shoot next year in Asia and the U.S. for Apple. Her focus in television and film projects and the clients she represents are those with powerful voices and speak to the social and political conversation, while entertaining.
Theresa is the first Asian American to be promoted to partner at Endeavor Talent Agency. Additionally, she co-founded WME’s Empower, a company-wide program promoting diversity and inclusion. In 2019, she was appointed to Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti’s Enterpreneurs in Residence for the Evolve Entertainment Fund focused on increasing diversity in the entertainment community.