“A great script is currency.”
-Lee Stobby, manager

Manager Lee Stobby

Lee Stobby

Lee Stobby is a manager in Hollywood who represents screenwriters in film and television. In Part One of this in-depth interview with Lee, he tells us how he scouts scripts online, the difference between an agent and a manager, what makes his ideal client and the three most important things that a manager looks for in a screenwriter.

This interview is available below in three different formats: streaming audio, video (YouTube) and iTunes.

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Lee Stobby is an advisor to my Story Maps Master Class. Master Class writers will get their loglines and pitches reviewed by Lee, and may have their completed screenplays considered for representation.


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