Mariah Carey has left her longtime manager Randy Hoffman and pacted with Sandy Gallin’s Gallin-Morey Associates. The move suggests the songstress is seeking to add film and TV projects to her repertoire.
Reps for Carey describe the split as a “mutual parting of the ways.”
Gallin’s management roster includes such acts as Dolly Parton and Neil Diamond as well as actresses Nicole Kidman and Renee Zellweger, among others.
Hoffman previously worked for Champion Entertainment, the management company Carey’s husband, Tommy Mottola, owned before taking the exec post at Sony Music.
Hoffman teamed up with Carey at the outset of her career and is largely credited with guiding the singer into the sales stratosphere.
Carey and Mottola announced in May that they would undergo a trial separation after four years of marriage.