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Talent Management - Actors - Models

MVP Sports & Entertainment Management Los Angeles, CA
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

If you are a talent manager looking for an opportunity in freedom, independence, & being part of a growing company that gives their heart to their artist and associates, we would love to talk to you. Please email us your resume at Thank you for your consideration.

Job Duties:

  • Prepare talent for meetings with potential talent agencies
  • Arrange introductions to agents
  • Help talent decide on a talent agency for representation
  • Advise talent on acting classes and coaching
  • Help talent choose a good photographer and pick out headshots
  • Promote talent to industry professionals to try to help talent get auditions
  • Prepare resume or advise talent on the preparation of a resume
  • Help make any and all decisions related to talent’s career
  • Answer questions on anything related to a career in show business

MVP Sports & Entertainment Management

Why Work Here?

If you are a talent manager looking for an opportunity in freedom, independence, & being part of a growing company that gives their heart...

At MVP Sports & Entertainment Management, we have the knowledge and experience to develop and guide your career, fulfill your passion and purpose without compromising your integrity. We get to know you personally in order to create, deliver & execute customized strategies that will take your career to another level! A talent manager’s focus is more on managing an actor’s career than with arranging auditions. Talent managers keep in close touch with talent agents to ensure a shared vision for the actor, but a manager stays mostly on the management end of the actor’s career. Sometimes a talent manager may set up an audition for an actor, but that is not their focus. A talent manager will not guarantee auditions for an actor. A talent manager handles public relations, business matters, and helps to make a career plan and keeps the actor on a path toward success. Most actors cannot juggle the acting demands as their fame and careers grow, interviews, and appearances that come with a prominent career. That is where a talent manager comes in. Talent managers invest a great deal of time and energy into an actor’s potential, and into a long-term career for their clients, long before the actor has a track record of booking consistently. They typically work with their clients over a period of a number of years. They tend to genuinely care about their clients, almost like a family, and protect their clients from the harmful situations that may be encountered in the dog-eat-dog world of show business. A personal manager is the one who believes in and keeps fighting for a client when all others have given up.


Los Angles CA
Los Angeles, CA