Thursday, March 24, 2011

D&B Management agency books now open

D&B Management is based in South East London and has been running for over 10 years. Representing a wide selection of bright, talented children and young adults from all ethnic backgrounds from all over the UK, they have become one of the leading children/young adults’ agencies in London and continue to place their clients in featured TV, film and theatre productions.  
Agent Bonnie Sullivan, has a strong view that children should attend ‘normal’ schools and works in close harmony with education authorities to ensure that their client’s education is never jeopardised by work commitments.

Many of their clients have had the most amazing opportunities from filming out in Sydney for 6 months to play the part of ‘Eddie Carlson’ in the critically acclaimed ‘Me and My Monsters’ to appearing in the Original Casts of Top West End Musicals. Their clients have also made their way on to the silver screen with parts in the ‘Harry Potter’ Movies and ‘Horrid Henry’ the exciting new 3D British Feature Film. Some have been fortunate enough to secure regular roles on the nation’s favourite television programmes including the UK’s favourite Soap Opera, Eastenders.
Jacqueline Jossa, currently appearing as Lauren Branning, says,
“It feels crazy having Max Branning or Stacey Slater shouting at me in Albert Square, but it just makes me realise how lucky I am to be working on such an iconic show.”
D&B are now looking for new children and young adults to add to their books. No experience is needed, just a burning desire to perform and work in one of the most exciting industries in the World. For further information, please visit their website at www.dandbperformingarts.co.uk

5 comments:

  1. if you already have an agent but want to switch to D&B do u simply tell your agent that you dont want to be represented by them any more?

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  2. Yes, but if you signed a contract check whether your current agent has a notice period.

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  3. Do you have to attend their school or take their classes? Thanks

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  4. You say their based in south east london but on their website they say they are based in Kent?

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  5. They are based in Bromley, which is in Greater London, (SE!) but postal address is Bromley, Kent.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Borough_of_Bromley

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