Rep Sheet Roundup: John Stamos Signs With Social Media Strategist
THR’s at-a-glance look at the week in representation news.
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John Stamos, who continues to be represented by WME and Brillstein, has signed with Digital Media Management CEO Luigi Picarazzi for social media strategy. The Grandfathered alum will next be seen as a series regular on season two of Fox’s Scream Queens.
Lego My Ninjago
UTA has signed The Lego Ninjago Movie co-directors and co-writers Bob Logan and Paul Fisher. The duo’s previous shared credits include Madagascar 2, Shrek 3 and How to Train Your Dragon. They continue to be repped by attorney Todd Stern at Weintraub Tobin.
Houston, You Have a New Agent
Orange Is the New Black’s Mike Houston has signed with Stone Manners Salners. The actor plays CO Lee Dixon on the Netflix series. He will next recur on the upcoming Amazon drama Sneaky Pete, created by Bryan Cranston and David Shore and starring Giovanni Ribisi. Houston continues to be repped by Rosier Artist Management.
A Model Daughter
Delilah Belle Hamlin, the daughter of Harry Hamlin and Lisa Rinna, has signed with Jon Ilani of Elite Model Management and with Jill Fritzo Public Relations. The 18-year-old rising senior has appeared alongside her parents in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Harry Loves Lisa but is now stepping out on her own in singing and modeling, most recently with a spread in Teen Vogue.
Jill Fritzo PR also has signed Stranger Things’ Noah Schnapp, who plays the missing son of Winona Ryder at the center of the new Netflix sensation. It’s been a big year for the young actor, who also recently voiced Charlie Brown in The Peanuts Movie and played Tom Hanks’ son in Bridge of Spies.
She Can Hack It
The Vampire Diaries alum Tristin Mays has signed with publicity firm 42West. After recurring as a Salvatore spawn on the CW supernatural drama last year, she showed up as Maxwell Lord’s secretary on CBS’ Supergirl this season and this fall will co-star as a hacker on the network’s MacGyver reboot.
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