Helen Sugland

Helen Sugland is executive producer of Disney Branded Television’s “Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur,” based on Marvel’s hit comic books.

In addition to this series, Sugland produces the Peabody Award-winning and Emmy® Award-nominated hit series “black-ish,” as well as the hit spinoff series “grown-ish.”

Sugland, along with her long-time management client Laurence Fishburne, founded Cinema Gypsy Productions with an eye toward developing projects that highlight cultural, racial and gender diversity issues. They have produced numerous nominated and award-winning projects, cumulatively in over 30 awards, including the Emmy Award-winning “The Snowy Day,” “Thurgood,” “Madiba,” “Bronzeville,” “Five Fingers,” “Akeelah and the Bee,” “Once in the Life, ” “Always Outnumbered,” “Hoodlum” and “Miss Evers’ Boys.”

She began her professional career trying to balance life between her two greatest passions: entertainment and teaching. After some trial and error, Sugland discovered a way to merge those two worlds, and her talent management career was born. She is currently the owner of Landmark Artists Management and has represented such notable actors as Eric Stoltz, Larenz Tate, Ally Sheedy, Diane Ladd, Tommy Ford and Heavy D.