As an agent at William Morris and CAA, Marc Pariser represented writers, directors, producers, production companies, comedians, actors, and executives during his own extremely successful career. In this interview, he discusses what agents and managers need to see before they take clients on, how to approach them, and how to create a good relationship with your representation so they are ready, willing, and able to bring you as much work as you can handle.
Interviewer: Nancy Fulton
Nancy Fulton has been writing, producing, and publishing profitably for more than 20 years. She's launched and profitably run multiple businesses. She has taught for UCLA, the Art Institute & School for Creative Startups in the UK. She currently supports more than 25,000 creative professionals here in Los Angeles.
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