Talent Agent Joey Stanton, Paradigm Part Ways

Lucas Shaw
The WrapDecember 18, 2012

Joey Stanton, a talent agent who represents a series of younger male actors, is leaving Paradigm, according to an individual close to the agency.

Stanton came to Paradigm from William Morris around the time of its merger with Endeavor. He was an assistant to Erwin Moore at the time and earned his promotion about a year ago.

He represents clients such as George Blagden, who just appeared in "Les Miserables," and Caleb Landry Jones of "Contraband." Though his client list is small, he is expected to land elsewhere.

 

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