My incredible representation – Led email@example.com of Established Artists and Greg Scuderi of @Mastertalentagency – who continue going to bat for me, getting me seen by many busy casting offices…We are making noise. Casting had me read three times for three different roles for the @Hulu series #PamAndTommy And each time they brought me in the role got bigger and more interesting than the previous role. Until finally I was pinned for the role of the talent agent of #PamelaAnderson
But as the days went by without a call from my agent I come to accept that the producers went with another actor. But remember we are making noise…they see our work, they keep bringing us in…These are the victories not to be overlooked.
And no…the ridiculous irony is not lost on me that this post is about a role that I did not get, for a role playing the talent agent who is gently informing his client about a role that she did not get.
Actor and filmmaker Andrew Oliveri is now represented by Established Artists. LA-based talent manager Heather Able-Bragg brings her experience, guidance and astute business perspective, supported by a company with a stellar reputation and strong industry relationships.
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