Graham Taylor is Co-President of Endeavor Content which specializes in financing, sales and advisory services for scripted television, feature films and documentaries. The primary goal of this premium content group is to empower artists and content creators by providing them with more ownership and creative freedom as they navigate the media landscape. Endeavor Content is a division of Endeavor (formerly WME | IMG ), a global leader in sports, entertainment and fashion operating in more than 30 countries.
Endeavor Content packages, finances and sells over 100 feature films and television series a year. In film, recent projects include Academy Award nominated “Call Me by Your Name,” “The Florida Project,” “Mudbound,” “Arrival” and “La La Land.” Recent box office successes include David Leitch’s “Atomic Blonde,” Gavin O’Connor’s “The Accountant” and David Mackenzie’s “Hell or High Water.” In television, projects include Emmy and Golden-Globe winning drama “The Night Manager,” the Emmy-nominated program “The Young Pope,” the critically acclaimed “Top of the Lake: China Girl,” global hit “The Grand Tour,” Beau Willimon’s new series “The First,” and Damien Chazelle’s upcoming project “The Eddy.” Critically acclaimed non-fiction projects under Endeavor Content’s umbrella include “Chef’s Table,” “Gleason,” “Step,” and “Long Strange Trip.”
Prior to the formation of Endeavor Content, Taylor worked as an independent film producer and consultant. In 2004, he was tapped by Endeavor to lead the agency’s independent film unit. Taylor is a graduate of Washington & Lee University, where he majored in East Asian studies. He is married to Lynette Howell Taylor (51 Entertainment) and has two children.