Steve Golin, Anonymous Content’s founder and CEO, passed away this weekend, leaving behind an incredible legacy of creative empowerment.
With the founding of Anonymous in 1999, Steve became an industry trailblazer in blending talent management and production. Known for having a keen eye for discovering talent, he received Oscar nominations for his work on “Babel” and “The Revenant,” and took home an Academy Award for Best Picture for “Spotlight.” He also helped to shepherd countless other TV series and movies, including “13 Reasons Why,” HBO’s “True Detective, USA’s “Mr. Robot,” “Being John Malkovich,” “Lost Highway,” and many more.
Steve’s desire to bet everything on the artist and his unwavering quest for quality have changed our industry for the better. His legacy will live on through the exceptional work he created and the minds he influenced.
Everyone here at The Lift sends our deepest condolences to Steve’s family and our friends at Anonymous Content.