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Sharon Paz Launches Paz Talent, Transitioning To Management After A3 Exit

EXCLUSIVE: After spending 21 years at A3 Artists Agency — and Abrams Artists Agency, as it was formerly known — veteran talent agent Sharon Paz has transitioned to management with the launch of the L.A.-based Paz Talent.

Clients joining her at her new company include Peri Gilpin (Frasier), Luke Tennie (Shrinking), Firas Nassar (Invasion), Boris McGiver (Teacup, Servant), Erik Laray Harvey (Godfather of Harlem), Chipo Ching (Black Cake), Sasson Gabay (Shtisel), Alon Aboutboul (Snowfall), Josh Bitton (The Pacific), Brad Beyer (Thank You for Your Service), and Caroline Clay (Grey’s Anatomy).

Paz is one of myriad A3 alums to have found their next destination following A3’s dissolution, on which we were first to report. Most recently serving there as Senior Agent, she started in the mailroom at Abrams in 2003, working her way up the ranks as an assistant in the theatrical department, before being promoted to agent in 2007. A natural fit at Abrams, where a love of the craft of theatre was celebrated, given her academic background in theater at NYU’s Tisch, Paz went on to co-found A3’s philanthropic organization, Agents of Change, which brought staff on both coasts together to give back to the community by participating in volunteer opportunities.

In a statement on the launch of Paz Talent, Paz told Deadline, “Being an artist is having the ability of being vulnerable and trusting. Trusting of the audience, your colleagues and your representatives. I came from a culture at Abrams Artists Agency where we nurtured and advocated for our clients. Moving into management is a seamless and organic move for me and I am so blessed to be able to continue to work with such amazing talented artists.”

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