During her time at CAA, she represented such talent as Winston Duke, Zazie Beetz, Gabrielle Union, Taylour Paige, Rhenzy Feliz, Anna Diop, Kendrick Sampson, H.E.R., Will Catlett, Miles Brown, and Jesse Williams. Kamara spent six and a half years at Abrams Artists Agency before it rebranded as A3. The announcement was made today by Robert Attermann (CEO), Brian Cho (President) and Adam Bold (Chairman).
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“We are thrilled to welcome Fatmata back to the family, said Attermann. She has an incredible eye for talent, and will be an asset to our growing agency.”
“I am so incredibly grateful for the time I spent at CAA,” said Kamara. I cultivated strong relationships with my colleagues during my time there and know I can count on them moving forward.
Her position is effective immediately.
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