About

Super Bowl Champion Michael Strahan, along with two entertainment industry standard-bearers, Constance Schwartz and Mark Sudack, came together in 2011 and formed SMAC — a cutting edge, multi-dimensional management and entertainment company with an experienced focus on sports, music, television and branding.

Future Hall of Fame defensive end Michael Strahan retired from the NFL in 2007 after 15 seasons with the New York Giants. Since retiring from football, Strahan has worked hard to develop his presence and skill as a television show host, sports commentator, film and television actor and paid spokesperson for such billion-dollar brands as Subway, Dr Pepper, Sports Authority and Vaseline.  Constance Schwartz launched a career in the entertainment industry almost 20 years ago that has placed her in executive roles with organizations such as the NFL and Arista Records, as well as brokering and executing deals with brands such as Pepsi, Doritos, Vitamin Water, Lipton, Chrysler and Tommy Hilfiger on behalf of clients such as Snoop Dogg. Mark Sudack began his entertainment career with Arista Records, launching successful projects and campaigns for P!NK, Avril Lavigne, Usher, Dido and Outkast. Sudack left Arista to work exclusively with Mariah Carey, becoming the business force behind ‘The Emancipation of Mimi,’ which sold more than 12 million copies and garnered three Grammy Awards.

SMAC currently represents the entertainment industry’s most dynamic and globally recognizable artists and athletes precisely because of its unique ability to identify and develop tomorrow’s talent today. Current SMAC clients include Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders, NFL star and community ambassador, Tony Gonzalez, music and entertainment icon Snoop Dogg, and a prestigious list of developing talent.