Robert Reynolds

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Robert Reynolds is a recording artist manager and entertainment and property management lawyer. He manages Brandon Flowers and The Killers and legally represents various authors, actors, dancers, UFC fighters, celebrity chefs, bands, and musicians, including Neon Trees and Imagine Dragons, whose lead singer is his younger brother, Dan Reynolds.

Reynolds earned his bachelor’s degree in English from Brigham Young University and his juris doctorate degree from New York University Law School. He was an associate in a New York City law firm for three years. He was president of the New York University Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law Association and recipient of the Jack Katz Memorial Award in Entertainment Law. He now lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.

In 2016, Deseret Book published his first book, Unstuck: How the Savior Frees Us from Our Favorite Sins. The Deseret News reported:

The idea that sparked this book came years ago when Reynolds was serving as a Mormon missionary in South Carolina. One day, a bishop of 14 years told Reynolds a secret.
“He said we all narrow our sins down to the few we enjoy," Reynolds said. "That hit me like a ton of bricks."
In time, Reynolds came to understand that each person, whether they'll admit it or not, has weaknesses and commits a few sins repeatedly. To change requires divine assistance, he said.
“The cycle of sin continues. We don't have the ability to change on our own. We think we can't change," Reynolds said. "We need the Lord to grant us a mighty change of heart. … How we get out or 'Unstuck' is what the book is all about.”[1]

Reynolds and his wife, Erica, are the parents of four children.