Show Me The Money!

Okay, there’s no real money but I am happy to announce that super agent David Cash, from Nicolosi Talent Agency, will be our guest at the next FREE Industry Workshop on the 2nd of June. Born and raised in New York City David has been in love with theatre, film and the arts since…forever. David got his BFA in Acting/Directing from Ithaca College. After working in the not-for-profit arts 19466smfor many years he entered the world of talent representation in 1991 as a commercial agent at Harter Manning Woo. In 1994 he moved to CED (now CESD) where, among many other things, he negotiated the deal for Paul Marcarelli – the Verizon test guy (“Can you hear me now?”), one of the most lucrative contracts a commercial actor has ever received. In 2007, yearning for more fulfilling work David left the commercial field and joined Henderson Hogan as a theatrical agent. While at Henderson Hogan, David was instrumental in discovering and developing Jeremy Jordan (Smash, Joyful Noise, The Last Five Years, Supergirl). David moved to Nicolosi in 2012 and is thrilled to be working with such a dynamic company.

David was my agent for a brief time (at CESD) when I first returned to New York before I left for Don Buchwald and he left for Henderson Hogan. He is a great guy and I am very pleased to have him be our next guest.

Correction – the invitations for this workshop will be going out on the 31th of May at 12 noon (instead of May 25th as previously announced). Because these workshops fill up fast I suggest, if you want to get a spot, to be at your computer ready to pounce at 11:55 AM. With Constant Contact there is always a variable of five to ten minutes as to when their emails will go out.

That’s it. Hope to see you on June the 2nd!






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