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FAQ

Q: What is the difference between an agent and a manager?

A: An agent represents clients in the entertainment industry and helps them secure work, such as auditions, gigs, and contracts. They typically focus on negotiating deals and handling the business side of a client's career. A manager, on the other hand, is more focused on the overall career development and personal branding of the client. They may also help with day-to-day tasks such as scheduling auditions, booking travel, and managing finances. Often, clients will have both an agent and a manager working together to support their careers.
 

Q: What kind of talent does your agency represent?

A: Our agency specializes in representing actors, musicians, media personalities and other performers in the entertainment industry. We have a strong focus on niche talent and are always looking for unique and exciting artists to add to our roster.
 

Q: How do I submit my headshot and resume for consideration?

A: You can submit your headshot and resume to us via email or through our online submission form on our website. Be sure to include any relevant information about your experience and training.
 

Q: How do I know if your agency is the right fit for me?

A: We take the time to get to know each of our clients and understand their goals and aspirations. Our goal is to work with artists who are dedicated, passionate, and driven to succeed in the entertainment industry. If you're ready to take your career to the next level and are willing to put in the work, we'd love to hear from you.
 

Q: What kind of career development services does your agency offer?

A: We offer a wide range of services to help our clients develop their skills, build their personal brands, and navigate the entertainment industry. These services include training in public speaking, networking, and social media management, as well as access to resources such as photographers, stylists, personal trainers and career coaches. Clients are responsible for development costs.
 

Q: How does your agency get paid?

A: Our firm charges a commission.  We will discuss the specifics of our commission structure with our clients during the representation agreement process.
 

Q: Can I contact my manager directly?

A: Yes, you can contact your manager directly with any questions or concerns. We also encourage regular communication to ensure we are meeting your needs and helping you achieve your goals.

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