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Instagram Star Claudia Oshry, Creator of Girl With No Job, Signs With CAA, Brillstein (EXCLUSIVE)

Claudia Oshry, creator of the breakout Instagram account Girl With No Job, has signed with CAA and management company Brillstein Entertainment Partners for representation in all areas.

Oshry, 23, is a former New York University student who’s made a career on social media about not wanting a job. She’s amassed a female-millennial-skewing audience of more than 4 million followers online, including 2.7 million on Instagram.

Oshry hosts and produces “The Morning Breath” from Verizon’s Oath, alongside her sister Jackie (known as Jackie O. Problems), which is streamed live on Facebook and Instagram weekday mornings, and recently partnered with brands including Subway, Bloomingdales, and Smirnoff. Oshry also has been featured on “The Steve Harvey Show,” VH1’s “Candidly Nicole” and TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress.”

CAA will work to create opportunities for Oshry in areas including TV, film, touring, digital distribution and partnerships, endorsements, personal appearances, and publishing.

In September, Oshry married Ben Soffer, who is behind Instagram’s Boy With No Job account (1.4 million followers). She was nominated for a 2016 People’s Choice Award for Favorite Social Media Star and the 2016 Shorty Awards’ Instagrammer of the Year, and also was named to Vogue’s 2015 Best 15 Instagram Accounts.

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