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ESPN’s Hannah Storm has signed with Octagon, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned. She was previously with CAA.
Last year, Storm, who serves as host of SportsCenter’s Face to Face interview program, covered President Barack Obama and the MLB’s visit to Cuba, Muhammad Ali’s funeral, Kobe Bryant’s retirement, the Rio Olympics and live coverage of the untimely death of Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez.
Adweek named Storm one of its 30 most powerful women in sports for 2016. She has received three Emmy nominations for sports host, including one last year, and received two Gracie Awards, which honors women in media. Storm’s documentary shingle, Brainstormin’ Productions, has received three additional Gracies.
Octagon founder and president Phil de Picciotto will represent Storm. Octagon represents many of the biggest athletes worldwide, including Michael Phelps, Stephen Curry, Simone Biles and seven-time NASCAR Cup series champion Jimmie Johnson.
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