Management 360 promotes execs

Choi, Kiernan, King named partners

Managers William Choi, Peter Kiernan and Nicole King have been upped to partners at Management 360.

Collectively the three new partners represent clients including Taylor Lautner, Jennifer Garner, Channing Tatum, Jessica Biel, Matthew Fox, Bryce Dallas Howard, Giovanni Ribisi, Kat Dennings, Marisa Tomei and Eric Dane. The trio join the firm’s founding partners Suzan Bymel, Guymon Casady, Eric Kranzler, Evelyn O’Neill, Daniel Rappaport and David Seltzer.

“William, Peter and Nicole have played integral roles in the growth of our business and will solidify our leadership team as we position the company for future growth,” the partners said in a statement. “Their elevation is an embodiment of our commitment to cultivating exceptional managers from within our own ranks and puts us at a tremendous strategic advantage as we look to the future.”

Choi, who began his career as Bymel’s assistant at Bymel O’Neill & Associates in 1998, also worked with Bymel and Evelyn O’Neill as a manager at Talent Entertainment Group before joining the pair at Management 360 when it was founded in 2002.

Kiernan, who entered the management field at More/Medavoy in 1997, also joined Management 360 in 2002 after working with Bymel and O’Neill at Talent Entertainment Group.

King began her career at BWR handling publicity for clients including Garner and Biel. She joined Management 360 as a manager in 2005.

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