Agency for the Performing Arts

Agency for the Performing Arts (also known as APA) is a bi-coastal talent and literary agency, with offices in Beverly Hills, New York, and Nashville. They represents actors, comedians, broadcasters, radio personalities, writers, directors, producers and musicians. They represent over 450 clients and staff around 34 agents. Technically, they are considered an upper mid-level agency because they do not "package" movies the way the Big five (William Morris, ICM, UTA, CAA, and Endeavor) talent agencies do. However, they are still a very prestigious agency and they represent many well-known clients. They have separate theatrical, literary and concert departments. They are well known as a strong literary agency.

=Los Angeles Office Staff=
* Jim Gosnell (President/CEO)

TV Literary Department

* Lee Dinstman
* Matt Ochacher
* Lindsay Howard
* Michael Pelmont
* Jack Leighton

Feature Literary Department

* David Saunders
* Stephen Fisher
* David Boxerbaum
* Debbie Deuble
* Sheryl Peterson

Casting Department

* Barry McPherson
* Paul Santana
* Todd Eisner
* Jeff Witjas
* Ryan Martin
* Tyler Grasham
* Mike Wilson
* Dan Baron
* Regan Frisby
* Scott Simpson

Concert Department

* Troy Blakely
* Craig Newman
* Josh Humiston
* Jamie Kelsall
* Andrew Buck
* Bret Stair

Comedy Department

* Danny Robinson
* Jackie Miller-Knobbe
* Michael Berkowitz-NY
* Tim Scally
* Avi Gilbert-NY

=Nashville Office Staff=
* Bonnie Sugarman
* Rob Battle
* Steve Lassiter
* Jeff Howard
* Scott Galloway
* Stu Walker
* Mark Guynn
* Frank Wing


Los Angeles address

405 Beverly DriveBeverly Hills, CA 90212

New York address

250 West 57th St. Suite 1701 New York, NY 10107

Nashville address

3017 Poston AvenueNashville, TN 37203

External links

* [ Official website]
* [ IMDBPro Information]

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