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BWR Public Relations has promoted three executives, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.
Hayley Antonian is now a senior vp. Since joining the firm in 2003, she has represented a range of fashion and beauty clients, including apparel lines Melissa McCarthy Seven7, Stone Cold Fox, For Love & Lemons and Puma; accessory companies Call It Spring, Matisse, Spartina 449, Kris Nations jewelry and Happy Plugs earphones; beauty brands Ardell, Salon Benjamin and Beautycounter; Tommy Bahama’s Manhattan restaurant; and lifestyle apps Tipster and The Glam App.
Meanwhile, Jeffrey Chassen and Jennifer Reed have both been elevated to vice president.
In his decade at BWR, Chassen’s roster of talent and lifestyle individuals includes Norman Reedus, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Natalie Dormer, Nina Dobrev, Edgar Ramirez, Jenna Dewan Tatum, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Danai Gurira, Brady Corbet, Rachel Bloom, Boyd Holbrook, Christopher Meloni, Zach Gilford, Ariel Winter, Peter Facinelli, Nia Long, Jeremy Sisto, Paul Welsey and writer Jason Fuchs, and he recently signed Genevieve Angelson, Lili Reinhart, Jimmi Simpson and Michael Barbieri. Chassen also represents John Varvatos, the Savannah Film Festival and aTVfest, and has led on events for Cosmopolitan, Men’s Fitness and Wired.
Reed has been with BWR since 2012, after seven years at 20th Century Fox Television and Fox Broadcasting Company. She continues to work closely with her former parent company, handling FX’s The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story and FXX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and supervising red-carpet premieres for both networks, as well as corporate and tune-in publicity for other networks including TNT, TBS, BBC America and IFC. Reed’s production company clients include Thinkfactory Media (Hatfields & McCoys, Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars) and FremantleMedia North America (Celebrity Name Game, Family Feud, American Idol).
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