Talent Reps Erwin More, Brian Medavoy Reunite with More/Medavoy Management

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After a brief hiatus, veteran reps Erwin More and Brian Medavoy are reuniting under the same corporate banner More/Medavoy Management.

During their 15-year run prior to taking a break to try new ventures, More/Medavoy was home to such clients as Jason Bateman, Tobey Maguire, Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Mariska Hargitay, David Schwimmer, Maria Bello, Peter Berg and Jenna Elfman and was a producer to hits including “Just Shoot Me”, “Dharma and Greg” and the RJ Cutler Emmy-winning “American High”.

More has spent the past five years at Paradigm, most recently as head of TV talent, prior to which he was co-head of talent at William Morris Agency for seven years.

“Brian and I enjoyed tremendous success together. I am looking forward to building upon that success utilizing our expanded knowledge and expertise,” said More. “I had an extraordinary time working at both William Morris Agency and Paradigm, but I am looking forward to the future that Brian and I plan to build together.”

Over the last five years, Medavoy has built up his client list to include such talents as Paula Patton, Neal McDonough, Bella Heathcote, Kris Polaha, Reno Wilson, Michael Beach, Ben Koldyke and Eric Balfour.

The new team will continue its relationship with Medavoy’s current producing partner, literary and talent manager Alan Nevins of Renaissance Literary and Talent. The pair is producing the upcoming E! miniseries about Patricia Gucci, the daughter of fashion visionary and entrepreneur Aldo Gucci.

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