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Morgan Freeman
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Originally posted by Mere des Jumelles:
My kids were offered print representation with CESD and we are meeting with CESD, Brogan, Avalon, Hoff and possibly Bobbie Ball and hopefully Osbrink for commercial theatrical.

Opinions on these agencies for representing older kids? The kids are pretty green to do theatrical just yet.


Brogan isn't a good agency. I know a few actors who were with them and they never got sent out once in like 6 months. I met with the guy there who handles theatrical. Less than impressed.
 
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Denzel Washington
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Originally posted by TRUTHTELLER59:
Yeah. I'm trying to find out what the deal is with Abrams and if they're still strong after Mark Measures left.



I've met with the other agents at abrams long before Mark left and they were all very good...hardworking people so if they are all still there...I can't imagine that the much has dropped off from them.
 
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Russell Crowe
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I believe Peter Novick is now a commercial agent (Possibly head of the department) for Abrams. He used to be my agent at Mavrick. Awesome agent.
 
Posts: 107 | Location: Los Angeles, CA | Registered: October 06, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
Newbie
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This might be a stupid question but after a few years hiatus I am looking for Commercial representation again. Currently on my profiles for the casting websites and on my hard copy resume I list "Conflicts Available On Request" under Commercials. When mailing and emailing submissions to Commercial reps should I actually list the commercials I've been in? If so, within the resume itself or highlight some within my cover letter?
 
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Russell Crowe
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I wouldn't. Talk about your conflicts in the meeting when they ask you. I wouldn't give them a reason to not bring you in.
 
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Newbie
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Originally posted by Lauren O'Brien:
This might be a stupid question but after a few years hiatus I am looking for Commercial representation again. Currently on my profiles for the casting websites and on my hard copy resume I list "Conflicts Available On Request" under Commercials. When mailing and emailing submissions to Commercial reps should I actually list the commercials I've been in? If so, within the resume itself or highlight some within my cover letter?


I've gotten meetings because I put a list of the bookings, callbacks, avails and the CDs involved in my cover letter
 
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Russell Crowe
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I would usually put my recent commercials in my cover letter. But you risk them not reading your cover letter.
 
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Sean Penn
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Maybe I'm missing it because there's soo many pages to this thread...but do to the fact that Nancy Luciano of Luciano Reeves Talent was nominated this year as Top Commercial Agent, they should be high on the list... Aren't there only like 5 agencies nominated in this category?
 
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Newbie
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Her agency didn't exist when the last one was made.

She was with Lewis and Beal or whatever they were called then.
 
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Sean Penn
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Anyways, I know that list was made a couple years ago but the thread/people have been commenting and somewhat adding to the list and I was just saying she's a must on that top 5...or how ever many get nominated in that category.
 
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Newbie
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Thanks for the feedback!
 
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Robert DeNiro
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What does that even mean...
 
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Sean Penn
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dean789 looks like a spambot. He just did some machine translation of earlier posts and machine-translated it back into English to appear on-topic. His only point was to post that link at the bottom.
 
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Robert DeNiro
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Thanks.
 
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Johnny Depp
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Is this list still fairly up to date?

The last post was from September of 2013, hence why I ask.
 
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