Anonymous Content ups talent division

Lipp, Chang, Wald join company

Anonymous Content is bolstering its talent division, as Tony Lipp, Sandra Chang and Doug Wald are joining the company and bringing a stable of stars with them.

Lipp joins Anonymous Content from CAA and is bringing clients including Patrick Wilson, Stanley Tucci, Matt Bomer and Penn Badgley, who was also repped by Wald at Raw Talent. The longtime manager is bringing Emma Stone and Anna Faris, while Chang segues from Industry Entertainment with Sam Worthington and Paul Dano, among others.

Anonymous Content prexy Paul Green negotiated the deals.

“Doug, Sandra and Tony are respected leaders in their field who mesh perfectly with the culture of our company,” said Anonymous Content’s Steve Golin and Michael Sugar jointly. “They’re bringing an incredible roster of clients and we look forward to working with them as they bolster our talent division.”

Anonymous recently produced Best Picture nominee “Winter’s Bone,” and just wrapped production on Universal’s “Everybody Loves Whales.” Company is in pre-production on Mandate Pictures’ Steve Carell-Keira Knightley starrer “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World,” as well as Josh Schwartz’s Paramount pic “Fun Size.”

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