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Book – Wayne Brady – Artist Management

Book Wayne Brady

Wayne Alphonso Brady (born June 2, 1972) is an actor, singer, comedian and television personality, known for his work as a regular on the American version of the improvisational comedy television series Whose Line Is It Anyway?, and as the host of the daytime talk show The Wayne Brady Show. At one time he was the host of FOX’s Don’t Forget the Lyrics! which ended its run in June 2009 and he is host of the 2009 revival of Let’s Make a Deal.


Book – Sinbad – Artist Management

Book Sinbad

David Adkins , better known by the stage name Sinbad, is an American stand-up comedian and actor. He became well-known in the late 1980s and 1990s from being featured on his own HBO specials, appearing on several television series, and starring in the family-friendly films Houseguest, First Kid, and Jingle All the Way.

By the early 1990s, his popularity had grown enough for Fox to green-light The Sinbad Show, which premiered September 16, 1993. In the self-titled series, Sinbad played 35-year-old David Bryan, a bachelor who decides to become a foster parent to two children after becoming emotionally attached to them. The series, which co-starred a young Salma Hayek, received praise from critics for its unique and realistic portrayal of African American life. Around that time, Sinbad had recently received joint custody of his two kids, Royce, then age 4 and Paige, age 7, and told the press that these experiences informed him of single parenting.


Book – Ricky Smiley

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Book Mike Epps

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Book Cedric The Entertainer

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Book Adam Sandler

Book Adam Sandler

In the mid to late 1980s, Sandler played Theo Huxtable’s friend, Smitty, on The Cosby Show (1987–1988). He was a performer for the MTV game show Remote Control, on which he made appearances as the characters “Trivia Delinquent” or “Stud Boy”. Early in his career, Sandler performed in comedy clubs, taking the stage at his brother’s urging when he was only 17. He was discovered by comedian Dennis Miller, who caught Sandler’s act in Los Angeles. Miller recommended him to Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels. Sandler was hired as a writer for SNL in 1990 and became a featured player the following year, making a name for himself by performing amusing original songs on the show, including “The Chanukah Song”.  He left the show in 1995 to focus on his film career.

Sandler’s first starring role was in 1989, in the film Going Overboard. In 1995, he starred in Billy Madison, in which he plays a grown, though uneducated, man repeating grades 1–12 to earn back his father’s respect, along with the right to inherit his father’s multi-million-dollar hotel empire. He followed this film with other financially successful comedies such as Bulletproof (1996), Happy Gilmore (1996) and The Wedding Singer (1998). He was initially cast in the bachelor-party-themed comedy/thriller Very Bad Things (1998), but had to back out due to his involvement in The Waterboy (1998), one of his first hits.

Although his earlier films did not receive critical praise, his more recent films, beginning with Punch-Drunk Love (2002), have received almost uniformly positive reviews. Some critics concluded that Sandler possessed considerably more acting ability that they believed had been previously wasted on poorly written scripts and characters with no development. Sandler has moved outside the genre of slapstick comedy to take on more serious parts such as the aforementioned Punch-Drunk Love (for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe), Spanglish (2004) and Reign Over Me (2007). He played a loving father figure in Big Daddy (1999). During filming, he met Jacqueline Samantha Titone—his future wife and mother of his daughter—who was cast as the waitress from The Blarney Stone Bar.
The handprints of Adam Sandler in front of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.

At one point, Sandler was considered for the part that went to Jamie Foxx in Collateral (2004) . He also was one of the finalists along with Jim Carrey and Johnny Depp for the role of Willy Wonka in Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005).  He returned to more dramatic fare with Mike Binder’s Reign Over Me (2007), a drama about a man who loses his entire family in 9/11 and rekindles a friendship with his old college roommate (played by Don Cheadle). He starred in the film I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (2007) alongside Kevin James, as a New York City fireman pretending to be gay to keep up an insurance scam so that his best friend’s children can have benefits. Sandler headlined You Don’t Mess with the Zohan (2008), a comedy about a Mossad agent who fakes his own death and moves to the United States to become a hair stylist. The film was written by Sandler, The 40-Year-Old Virgin writer-director Judd Apatow (who was an old roommate of Sandler’s when both were starting out), and Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog creator Robert Smigel, and was directed by Happy Gilmore director Dennis Dugan.

“Like Will Ferrell, Sandler has layers of tenderness under layers of irony under layers of tenderness—plus a floating anger like Jupiter’s great red spot,” wrote David Edelstein of New York magazine in a review of You Don’t Mess with the Zohan. “Some performers become stars because we can read them instantly, others—like Sandler—because we never tire of trying to get a fix on them.”

Sandler recently starred in Bedtime Stories (2008), a fantasy film directed by Bringing Down the House director Adam Shankman, about a stressed hotel maintenance worker whose bedtime stories he reads to his niece and nephew begin to come true. This marked Sandler’s first family film and first film under the Walt Disney banner.  Keri Russell and English comedian Russell Brand co-starred.

In 2009, Sandler starred in Judd Apatow’s third directorial feature Funny People. He played a very successful stand up comedian who finds out he has a terminal illness and he takes a young inexperienced comic, played by Seth Rogen, under his wing. Other co-stars included Eric Bana and Apatow’s wife, Leslie Mann. The film contained more dramatic elements than Apatow’s previous efforts.  Filming began in October 2008 and finished in January 2009. The film was released on July 31, 2009.

At one point, Sandler was in talks to star in Quentin Tarantino’s World War II film Inglourious Basterds, which he confirmed, but he said he will not be in it due to a scheduling conflict with Funny People.  In June 2007, it was announced that his production company, Happy Madison, had made a preemptive acquisition for Mitch Albom’s screenwriting debut.

Sandler’s next film will be Grown Ups, where he will be teaming up with Kevin James, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider, and David Spade (all of whom have worked with Sandler before but not all in the same film) for a film about five best friends from high school who reunite 30 years later on the 4th of July weekend. Other costars include Salma Hayek (playing Sandler’s wife), Maria Bello (playing James’ wife), and fellow SNL alumni Maya Rudolph (playing Rock’s wife), Colin Quinn, Tim Meadows, and Norm Macdonald. Sandler and Dickie Roberts scribe Fred Wolf wrote the script and Dennis Dugan directed the film. Filming took place over the summer and it is set to be released on June 25, 2010. Sandler will also provide the voice of a capuchin monkey in Kevin James’ Zookeeper.

In the mid to late 1980s, Sandler played Theo Huxtable’s friend, Smitty, on The Cosby Show (1987–1988). He was a performer for the MTV game show Remote Control, on which he made appearances as the characters “Trivia Delinquent” or “Stud Boy”. Early in his career, Sandler performed in comedy clubs, taking the stage at his brother’s urging when he was only 17. He was discovered by comedian Dennis Miller, who caught Sandler’s act in Los Angeles. Miller recommended him to Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels. Sandler was hired as a writer for SNL in 1990 and became a featured player the following year, making a name for himself by performing amusing original songs on the show, including “The Chanukah Song”.  He left the show in 1995 to focus on his film career.

Sandler’s first starring role was in 1989, in the film Going Overboard. In 1995, he starred in Billy Madison, in which he plays a grown, though uneducated, man repeating grades 1–12 to earn back his father’s respect, along with the right to inherit his father’s multi-million-dollar hotel empire. He followed this film with other financially successful comedies such as Bulletproof (1996), Happy Gilmore (1996) and The Wedding Singer (1998). He was initially cast in the bachelor-party-themed comedy/thriller Very Bad Things (1998), but had to back out due to his involvement in The Waterboy (1998),  one of his first hits.

Although his earlier films did not receive critical praise, his more recent films, beginning with Punch-Drunk Love (2002), have received almost uniformly positive reviews. Some critics concluded that Sandler possessed considerably more acting ability that they believed had been previously wasted on poorly written scripts and characters with no development  Sandler has moved outside the genre of slapstick comedy to take on more serious parts such as the aforementioned Punch-Drunk Love (for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe), Spanglish (2004) and Reign Over Me (2007). He played a loving father figure in Big Daddy (1999). During filming, he met Jacqueline Samantha Titone—his future wife and mother of his daughter—who was cast as the waitress from The Blarney Stone Bar.
The handprints of Adam Sandler in front of Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.

At one point, Sandler was considered for the part that went to Jamie Foxx in Collateral (2004). He also was one of the finalists along with Jim Carrey and Johnny Depp for the role of Willy Wonka in Tim Burton’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) He returned to more dramatic fare with Mike Binder’s Reign Over Me (2007), a drama about a man who loses his entire family in 9/11 and rekindles a friendship with his old college roommate (played by Don Cheadle). He starred in the film I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry (2007) alongside Kevin James, as a New York City fireman pretending to be gay to keep up an insurance scam so that his best friend’s children can have benefits. Sandler headlined You Don’t Mess with the Zohan (2008), a comedy about a Mossad agent who fakes his own death and moves to the United States to become a hair stylist. The film was written by Sandler, The 40-Year-Old Virgin writer-director Judd Apatow (who was an old roommate of Sandler’s when both were starting out), and Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog creator Robert Smigel, and was directed by Happy Gilmore director Dennis Dugan.

“Like Will Ferrell, Sandler has layers of tenderness under layers of irony under layers of tenderness—plus a floating anger like Jupiter’s great red spot,” wrote David Edelstein of New York magazine in a review of You Don’t Mess with the Zohan. “Some performers become stars because we can read them instantly, others—like Sandler—because we never tire of trying to get a fix on them. ”

Sandler recently starred in Bedtime Stories (2008), a fantasy film directed by Bringing Down the House director Adam Shankman, about a stressed hotel maintenance worker whose bedtime stories he reads to his niece and nephew begin to come true. This marked Sandler’s first family film and first film under the Walt Disney banner. Keri Russell and English comedian Russell Brand co-starred.

In 2009, Sandler starred in Judd Apatow’s third directorial feature Funny People. He played a very successful stand up comedian who finds out he has a terminal illness and he takes a young inexperienced comic, played by Seth Rogen, under his wing. Other co-stars included Eric Bana and Apatow’s wife, Leslie Mann. The film contained more dramatic elements than Apatow’s previous efforts. Filming began in October 2008 and finished in January 2009. The film was released on July 31, 2009.

At one point, Sandler was in talks to star in Quentin Tarantino’s World War II film Inglourious Basterds, which he confirmed, but he said he will not be in it due to a scheduling conflict with Funny People. In June 2007, it was announced that his production company, Happy Madison, had made a preemptive acquisition for Mitch Albom’s screenwriting debut.

Sandler’s next film will be Grown Ups, where he will be teaming up with Kevin James, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider, and David Spade (all of whom have worked with Sandler before but not all in the same film) for a film about five best friends from high school who reunite 30 years later on the 4th of July weekend. Other costars include Salma Hayek (playing Sandler’s wife), Maria Bello (playing James’ wife), and fellow SNL alumni Maya Rudolph (playing Rock’s wife), Colin Quinn, Tim Meadows, and Norm Macdonald. Sandler and Dickie Roberts scribe Fred Wolf wrote the script and Dennis Dugan directed the film. Filming took place over the summer and it is set to be released on June 25, 2010.[14] Sandler will also provide the voice of a capuchin monkey in Kevin James’ Zookeeper.


Book – George Lopez – Artist Management

Book George Lopez


Book – Katt Williams – Artist Management

Book Katt Williams

Micah S. “Katt” Williams is an American comedian, rapper, and actor. He is known for his stint on Nick Cannon’s Wild ‘n’ Out. Williams rejected a scholarship to the Horizon Science Academy, choosing instead to emulate his idols such as Don Knotts, Bill Cosby, Eddie Murphy and Richard Pryor by becoming a comedian.

Williams started being a stand up comedian most notably appearing on BET Comic View. His jokes and punchlines instantly made him a show favorite. He has also played supporting characters in movies such as “First Sunday”, “Norbit”, and probably more widely recognized for his character in the movie “Friday After Next” as “Money Mike”. He has also provided numerous skits and video appearances for artists such as The Game, Ludacris, T.I., E-40, Outkast, Lil’ Kim, Lyfe Jennings, Cyrano Williams, Nick Cannon, DJ Drama, Lil’ Scrappy, Lil Jon, and others. He was a cast member on Wild ‘n Out for several seasons. He also voices “A Pimp Named Slickback” on the Adult Swim’s “The Boondocks”. He has rapped under the “Money Mike” name for songs by artists like The Game, Baby Bash, and Suga Free.