Special agent-turned-producer Anne Beagan was immortalized on the iconic wall at the Beverly Hills Palm at a celebration for the broadcast premiere of Paramount+ docuseries, “FBI True.”
Beagan is the executive producer and co-creator of “FBI True,” a docuseries which takes viewers into some of the most significant cases in FBI history through the perspective of the agents who were there.
The series has aired for three seasons on Paramount+, and this week, made its linear debut on CBS where it will air on Tuesday nights on the network’s strike-impacted fall schedule.
“What an honor to be immortalized as a caricature on the walls of The Palm in the heart of Beverly Hills,” said Beagan.
Tuesday night’s premiere celebration was hosted by Beagan and executive producers Shawn Efran and Craig Turk.
Turk — who co-created the CBS scripted procedural “FBI” with Dick Wolf, and co-created “FBI True” with Beagan — said at the event, “We’re thrilled with the success of ‘FBI True.’ It’s a privilege to help tell these stories, and to celebrate the CBS premiere with so many members of our ‘FBI True’ family. Anne and I love making this show, and we’re honored that people braved planes and trains and LA traffic to be here.”
Showrunner Solly Granatstein also attended the soiree, along with FBI veteran Cindy Coppola and former FBI profiler Molly Amman, who are featured in the premiere. Additional guests included Oscar-nominated screenwriters Billy Ray and Terence Winter, Stacy Sherman and Samuel Blue Gibson. Beagan’s veteran FBI cohorts, who appear in “FBI True” episodes, also attended.
Beagan is a former FBI special agent, who took her inside knowledge from the FBI and parlayed her expertise into a TV career. She founded her Anne Beagan Productions, and serves as a producer and advisor on many high-profile television and film projects, including “The Wolf of Wall Street” and “The Irishman.”
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