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Temple Hill exec joins 20th Century Fox

20th Century Fox Television (TCFTV) has hired a Temple Hill Entertainment exec to take up a drama development role as part of a continued shake-up of its senior teams.

Albert Page

Albert Page joins the TV arm of the 21st Century Fox-owned film studio as VP of drama development, a role which will see him work directly with writers to create new projects and unearth fresh talent and concepts for series.

Page’s appointment comes swiftly after a series of promotions within TCFTV programming teams. Carolyn Cassidy was upped to executive VP of current programming last week, days after Jenna Dim took up the same role as Page, along with new VPs of current programming and comedy development Mariel Brooke and Chetan Dave.

Prior to joining TCFTV, Page was head of television at Temple Hill (aka Temple Hill Productions), the production company behind noted Audience Network series Mr Mercedes and police procedural Rosewood – orders which came during his tenure. He also oversaw a new deal between Temple Hill and TCFTV.

He began his career at The Walt Disney Company-based Mandeville Films where he helped develop numerous features including The Fighter and The Proposal. He also served as VP creative at Xbox Entertainment Studios under Nancy Tellem, where he helped develop dramas and comedy for the fledgling streaming service.

Chloe Dan, senior VP of drama development at TCFTV, said Page had a “track record of identifying strong material and talent.”

“He has a shorthand with our group because he worked closely with us through his time at Temple Hill, and his reputation in the community is impeccable,” she added.

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