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Grandview has promoted Merideth Bajana, Zac Frognowski and Josh Glick to partner at the management company.
The trio join co-founders Matt Rosen and Jeff Silver as well as Jeremy Platt and Benjamin Rowe, working with writers, filmmakers, showrunners and actors across a range of backgrounds.
Among their clients are actors Olivia Cooke (Sound of Metal), Diego Boneta (Luis Miguel), Noah Jupe (Honey Boy), Rupert Friend (Death of Stalin), Common (Selma); filmmakers Hikari (37 Seconds), Jonathan Entwhistle (The End of the Fucking World), Miles Joris-Peyrafitte (Dreamland), Lucy Tcherniak (Angelyne); and writers and creators Molly Smith Metzler (Maids), Dara Resnik (Home Before Dark), Mattson Tomlin (The Batman), Matthew Lopez (The Inheritance), Zach Baylin (King Richard) and Erica Johnson (Good Lord Bird).
“When we opened our doors six years ago, we knew that we wanted to build a creative, ambitious, inclusive and culture-first home for artists and for the managers who represent them,” said the Grandview partners in a statement. “Merideth, Zac and Josh have built this home with us — from the earliest of days, they have laid the bricks. Their taste is universally respected, their vision is deeply admired, and they place a premium on culture and taking care of people. We are so proud of them and so inspired by the work they have done, both with their clients and with their colleagues, and we look forward to what the future holds for all of us.”
Bajana and Frognowski are homegrown Grandview eagles, starting when the doors opened to the firm in May 2014, originally acting as assistants to Rosen and Silver. They were promoted to managers in 2015. Prior to joining, Bajana had been at WME in the agent trainee program, and Frognowski had been with Silver at Fourth Floor Management.
Glick, who initiated Grandview’s actor division, joined the company in 2015 from Gersh, where he was a talent agent. Frognowski and Glick first met while working together in the mailroom at Gersh.
“We’re overwhelmingly proud to join the partnership at Grandview,” said the newly-minted partners in a statement. “Beginning this journey six years ago, each of us, in our own way, has found a voice, support, colleague-driven inspiration and above all, a real home to meet ambition on behalf of our clients. To continue the way we started, as friends-turned-family, we‘re enthusiastically accepting of the challenge in front of us: to build a new generation of leadership and exceptional storytellers.”
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