Paula Poundstone Signs With APA (Exclusive)
The agency will rep the comedian for talent and lit; she continues to be represented by WME for personal appearances.
Paula Poundstone has signed with APA for talent and literary representation, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The comedian continues to be repped by WME for stand-up and other personal appearances.
Poundstone has starred in multiple stand-up specials, becoming the first woman to win a CableACE best comedy special award for 1990’s Cats, Cops and Stuff. She also has won an American Comedy Award and been named one of Comedy Central’s 100 Greatest Stand-Ups of All-Time. Last year, she was honored with Moment Magazine’s Creativity Award.
Poundstone released her most recent CD, I Heart Jokes: Paula Tells Them in Boston, on April Fools’ Day of this year; she is a regular panelist on NPR’s weekly news quiz show "Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me" and a frequent guest on The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson. She also penned the humor book There Is Nothing in This Book That I Meant to Say in 2006 and is set to publish her second book via Algonquin.
Poundstone continues to be repped by Bonnie Burns at Burns & Burns Management.
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