Sugar23 Hires Sukee Chew, Anna Weinstein and Alex Creasia

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Sugar23, founded by Oscar-winning producer, manager and entrepreneur Michael Sugar, has hired new managers Sukee Chew, Anna Weinstein and Alex Creasia, who have varied areas of expertise.

Chew, an industry veteran with two decades of experience as a producer and an arsenal of talented screenwriters and filmmakers on her roster, joins Sugar23 after previously orchestrating three projects with the company. Prior to joining Sugar23, Chew founded and led Hopscotch Pictures, through which was was most recently an executive producer on “The Silencing,” starring Nicolaj Coster-Waldau and Annabelle Wallis, and the producer of Mike Gan’s thriller “Burn.”

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“Having already been in business with Sukee on a number of projects, bringing her in house felt like the right and natural next step for both of us,” Sugar said. “Her impeccable eye for talent, taste in material and overall humanity makes her the perfect fit and we are absolutely thrilled to welcome Sukee to our team.” Chew’s upcoming production credits include “Dead of Winter,” “Lost Sun,” “First Ascent” and “Holdout.”

Weinstein previously worked as an agent at WME and plans to continue cultivating diverse vices in comedy. She began her career in the talent department at “Saturday Night Live” and is a graduate of Barnard College.

Creasia previously worked at CAA and Ryan Murphy Productions before transitioning to literary management and production, working with artists including Takashi Doscher, Mercedes Bryce Morgan and Marcus Stokes.

Chew, Anna Weinstein and Alex Creasia join recent manager hires Katrina Escudero, Jake Fleischman and David Jimenez-Katsman, as well as Meredith Wechter, who came to Sugar23 from WME as a partner leading the management division.

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