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Eden Brolin has signed with Paradigm Talent Agency for representation in all areas.
The deal comes on the heels of Brolin’s starring debut in I Dream Too Much, which premiered on Monday at the South by Southwest Film Festival.
In it, Brolin, 21, plays a college grad and aspiring poet named Dora, who finds herself dropped into an unlikely milieu — helping her great aunt Vera (played by Diane Ladd) recover from an injury she incurred on the grounds of her snowy estate. The two women clash at first, but a bond forms between them after Dora uncovers secrets about Vera’s past.
The film was written and directed by Katie Cokinos and executive produced by Richard Linklater. The Boyhood auteur had never produced someone else’s work before, but Cokinos’ script excited him enough to board the project.
Representing Brolin at Paradigm are Nick LoPiccolo, Jim Dempsey and Stephanie Ramsey. Eden’s attorney is Darren Trattner at Jackoway Tyerman Wertheimer Austen Mandelbaum Morris & Klein.
Eden is daughter of Josh Brolin and granddaughter of James Brolin. She and her brother, Trevor Brolin, 26, are the product of their movie star father’s first marriage to Alice Adair, to whom he was married from 1988 to 1994.
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