Glenn Schwartz
Eve Sadof
Cyberlaff Inc., is a Los Angeles-based management and public relations agency. The agency represents clients in the areas of comedy, film, television, live performance, animation and science. Founder Glenn Schwartz has represented clients including the legendary Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, George Carlin, The Smothers Brothers, David Brenner, Robert Klein, Steven Wright, Graham Chapman, Dick Cavett, The Montreal Comedy Festival and Comedy Central.
  A native New Yorker, Schwartz attended Syracuse University, and began his career in the entertainment business shortly thereafter. His first job in show business was on the groundbreaking NBC sitcom “Love Sidney.” Following that he held production jobs at Sesame Street and various other variety television specials before landing at the number one network morning show, ABC's Good Morning America. Schwartz worked as a talent coordinator, booking talent ranging from celebrities, sports figures to newsmakers.
  After GMA, Schwartz began a career in entertainment public relations as an account executive at the prestigious entertainment PR firm Rogers and Cowan. During this time Schwartz developed the comedy roster at the agency.
  After a tenure heading up the New York and LA talent departments for the nationally syndicated television show, “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,” Glenn decided to go out on his own, combining his varied talents in public relations and television production. In 1988, Glenn launched The Glenn Schwartz Company, the first “all-comedy” public relations firm. This New York- based entity became the agency of choice for well-known comedians.
  Ten years later, Glenn relocated the company to Los Angeles and evolved it into Cyberlaff, an agency that represents management as well as public relations clients. Cyberlaff combines rich entertainment history with current trends in media and technology.