US celebrity booking agency, Central Talent Booking (CTB) is opening a London office.
The agency has access to some of the biggest names in the US entertainment industry, including a long-standing relationship with late night talk-show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Recent CTB projects include Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Rich Eisen Show, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, WTF with Marc Maron, Crank Yankers, The Ringer.
CTB founder and CEO Joanna Jordan commented on the move to London, “With established offices in New York and Los Angeles, Central Talent Booking has developed incomparable relationships and nurtured strong connections with the most influential industry leaders and A-list celebrities. I felt the time was right to open a London office and it’s a perfect opportunity for me and the team to work with some of the most talented and creative minds in the business.”
CTB’s London office will be headed up by Senior Talent Executive, Clare Bonsor who added, “CTB’s unique approach offers an innovative and personalized strategy that bolsters the appeal of all types of media from television networks, daytime and late night shows, live events, streaming services, digital platforms, podcasts, news specials and international media outlets. Our 360 talent booking approach delivers unrivalled results. CTB is already in talks with a number of UK outlets and I’m very excited about forging new partnerships in the UK.”
Joining Clare from CTB’s Los Angeles office is Brina Grossman, Senior Talent Executive, who adds “At CTB we are always looking for ways to incorporate a celebrity intelligently and authentically. It’s the best approach to ensure a partnership and bigger picture planning. CTB uses a sophisticated set of tools including search data on a wide array of demographics to ensure the best fit for clients and I’m looking forward to bringing this CTB model to the UK and Europe entertainment market.”
CTB’s services include talent producing, casting, creative consulting, alongside planning and executing influencer & celebrity brand campaigns.
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