Eben Davidson

Eben Davidson

New York City native, Eben Davidson spent over 15 years at Paramount Picture, where he wore many different hats, most notably as Senior Vice President of Acquisitions and Production.


As a feature film executive, Davidson supervised projects grossing over $1bn and earning 18 Academy Award nominations. Some notable films that Eben oversaw and brought into the company are Arrival, Florence Foster Jenkins, Top Five, Anomalisa, Everybody Wants Some, Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, Jackass 3D, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, Katy Perry: Part of Me, and Footloose.


Additionally Davidson was part of the creative outreach to China, developing numerous co-productions with Chinese Partners.


His last role at Paramount was as Senior Vice President Development at the newly formed Paramount Pictures Television studio. There, he sold and oversaw numerous projects including The Disappearance of Madeline McCann at Netflix.


Davidson left Paramount to join Blumhouse Television as Executive Vice President scripted programming. Overseeing an anthology television film series entitled Into the Dark at Hulu as well as The Purge television series at Scify and USA network.


Davidson joined Adam Goodman’s Invisible Narratives as head of creative where he has produced two films for the company during the pandemic lockdown Songbird at STX co- produced with Michael Bay, and Crimson with the Faze Clan for the companies own DTC platform.

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