In the first five years of my career I had changed theatrical agents five times. My first one was a strange control freak who told me when to wash my car. The second one died during business hours and no one noticed for eight months. My third one spent more time on ecstasy than the phone. My fourth one closed shop a month after I signed and my fifth one only pitched their porn star and little people clients…
It wasn’t a good start. So when I signed with The House Of Representatives I didn’t expect that I would stay with them for 15 years! They represented me from the days when I played a college kid on NBC’s Boston Common to the dawn of my “distraught father” days.
Even though I liked and respected the agents at THOR, the time had come for me to shake things up and have fresh eyes look at my career.
Enter the Daniel Hoff agency. Specifically Dave Secor. I don’t know Dave, but from the few times I’ve met with him he’s already surpassed my own career OCD! A very good sign. I signed with them on Tuesday and the next day (my birthday, taboot) I was auditioning for a series regular role on a pilot. I felt like a little person porn star on ecstasy… Driving a clean car? (Yup, I kinda reached for that call back.)
In other February news, the soon-to-be cult classic Titanic II will be airing on Scy Fy this Sunday at 9:00 EST, giving you another chance to bask in the shadow of my big hat.
And on February 15th, I reprise my role as Albert Wesker in Capcom Vs Marvel: Fate Of Two Worlds.
To recap my representation shake-ups in the last six months:
I am now represented by AVO Talent for voiceover:
Abrams Artists Agency
9200 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90069
Phone: (310) 859-0625
And by the Daniel Hoff Agency for film and television:
Daniel Hoff Agency
5455 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Phone: (310) 360-7680