Talent Management Company Finds Successful Actors Who Didn’t Know They Could Act
LOS ANGELES, CA, September 20, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ — When Adam Elshar was driving for Uber, he had no idea his passenger was Allen Osborne, from Big Picture Artists, a film and television management company in Hollywood. Osborne gave him a business card and sent him a monologue to read then signed him. Two days later Elshar was doing a commercial for Hulu and quit his Uber job.
Ryan Vincent was a forklift driver from Ohio when a friend suggested he should do some modeling and acting for extra income. Osborne met him and booked him for the worldwide Calvin Klein Euphoria fragrance commercial with actress Margot Robbie. Then, sent him to audition for the film “Elizabeth Blue” and he booked the lead role. The film stars Oscar Nominee Kathleen Quinlan and opens in 10 cities nationwide September 22.
With many stories like this, Osborne obviously has a unique ability to find people who didn’t know they were skilled enough to work in the entertainment industry. A week ago, he took his company to StartEngine where the public could buy a piece of the successes he finds. For a small investment, anyone can own shares of his talent management company. If he reaches his investment goal in the coming weeks, he’ll create television content for Millennials and Generation Z he believes will be lucrative. Click on the link for further investment details.
Allen Osborne opened Big Picture Artists in January 2016 managing actors, actresses, and social media influencers. He previously was a Director at top modeling agencies for many years including Wilhelmina and One Management. Several of the models he represented went on to successful acting careers including Alan Ritchson (Blue Mountain State), Tom Welling (Smallville), Odette Annable (Cloverfield), Shemar Moore (Criminal Minds), and many others.
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