Monday, August 23, 2010
entertainment industry coach question 537: Do I need a separate agent for commercials, theatrical, and voice over?
You don't need to, but if you have the opportunity to have more people on your team who are specialized in their area, it can be a good thing. Agents have different relationships. An agent who reps voice over artists has to know different people than a theatrical agent who submits clients for television and film.
There are agents who want to rep you across the board, but they most likely don't have all the relationships that an agency with agents in different departments have.
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