"American Idol" creator Simon Fuller is suing Fox Broadcasting and Fremantle -- the powers behind Simon Cowell's new show, "The X Factor," claiming they screwed him out of an Executive Producer… READ MORE >
Simon Fuller (born 17 May 1960) is a British artist manager, television producer and creator of the Idol franchise, first seen as Pop Idol in the UK and over 100 other versions including American Idol, Australian Idol, Canadian Idol, Deutschland sucht den Superstar, Idols (South Africa), Indian Idol, Nouvelle Star, Idol (Sweden), Idol (Norway), World Idol and Ídolos Brazil. Fuller is also the co-creator and executive producer of the Fox TV reality show So You Think You Can Dance and other US and European TV shows. He is an executive producer of Little Britain USA, a TV show that he signed to HBO and BBC TV in 2008. He is currently the manager of performers and entertainers including David and Victoria Beckham, Annie Lennox, Lewis Hamilton, Andy Murray, Carrie Underwood, Will Young, Emma Bunton, Lisa Marie Presley, Cathy Dennis, Spice Girls and has previously managed the likes of Rachel Stevens, David Cook, Adam Lambert, S Club 7, Kelly Clarkson and others.