Rep Sheet Roundup: Stacey Dash Signs With CESD
THR’s at-a-glance look at the week in representation news.
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Call her “Ms. Dionne”
Stacey Dash has signed with CESD for acting. The Clueless star has been a Fox News cultural commentator since last May, but she is also set to appear in two upcoming movies: the magic-themed thriller Sleight, starring Dulé Hill, and horror film Death House, with Danny Trejo and Robert Englund. Dash continues to be represented by manager Adam Trahan at Silver Fox Entertainment and law firm Shukat Arrow.
The Sky seems limitless
Model, musician and actress Sky Ferreira has moved from CAA to WME. She already was represented by IMG Models, which was part of the WME | IMG acquisition last year. Ferreira currently is the face of the Jimmy Choo fragrance Illicit and will soon be featured in Paco Rabanne’s next fragrance campaign with Gabriel Day-Lewis (yes, son of Daniel). She starred in Eli Roth’s cannibal horror pic The Green Inferno, which premiered at Toronto in 2013 and will be released in the U.S. later this month. Ferreira also will be seen in the true-life drama Elvis & Nixon, starring Michael Shannon and Kevin Spacey as the titular title characters, and in crime thriller The Trust, starring Nicolas Cage and Elijah Wood. As a recording artist, Ferreira’s 2013 Capitol Records debut Night Time, My Time opened at No. 45 on the Billboard 200 before findings its way onto Rolling Stone’s list of that year’s top albums and Pitchfork’s list of the decade’s top 100 albums. She currently is recording her sophomore album, Masochism, due out next year. Ferreira continues to be represented by Mosaic.
A star is born
Ana Villafañe has signed with publicity firm PMK*BNC. The actress is poised to become the theater world’s next big thing with her Broadway debut this fall in the Gloria Estefan bio-musical On Your Feet!, in which she stars as the Latin pop legend. She also starred in the Hulu drama South Beach this summer and will play the female lead in Dolphin Entertainment’s live-action adaptation of the Mattel superhero toy brand Max Steel.
ICM Partners gets a family act
ICM Partners and Next Management have teamed to sign The Atomics, a surf rock band comprised of siblings Starlie Cheyenne, Daisy Clementine, Pyper America and Lucky Blue Smith. The three sisters and brother hail from Utah but moved to Los Angeles in 2013 to pursue careers in both music and modeling. All four members have appeared in major modeling campaigns, including Gap and Tom Ford.
Abrams pans for gold
Abrams has signed YouTuber Sazan Hendrix. The beauty and travel vlogger started her YouTube channel in 2011 and has since attracted more than 70,000 subscribers and 3 million views. She has more than 380,000 followers on Instagram.
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