Talent representative and producer Jen Namoff has announced the formation of Namoff & Company, a talent management and production company that will represent artists in theatre, TV, film, and music in New York and Los Angeles.
Namoff is joined by Director of Operations/Talent Manager John Bautista and Creative Director/Producer Doug Middlebrook.
“We are inspired by artists who push boundaries, guiding them to reach their creative potential in every arena. We are committed to telling stories that are relevant, inclusive, and forward-thinking,” the three principals said in a statement.
Namoff added, “For the past 15 years, I’ve been lucky enough to be a part of this incredible industry, soaking up every lesson that has come my way. A mentor once told me, ‘The best advice I can give you is to be curious about new opportunity, and if it challenges you, you’re in the right place.’ To all of the mentors along the way, the colleagues who have made me better, the clients who make work fun—and the muses who make it essential—this is because of you.”
Namoff’s production credits include How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (starring Daniel Radcliffe), Fiddler On the Roof (starring Danny Burstein), Submissions Only, The Last Five Years (starring Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan), Carrie at MCC Theater, and Into The Woods at the Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park. She has been nominated for two Tonys and was the co-founder of Soffer/Namoff Entertainment.
Namoff & Company’s current roster of clients includes Tituss Burgess, Katrina Lenk, Tammy Blanchard, Gabrielle Carrubba, Julia Mattison, Nkeki Obi-Melekwe, Solea Pfeiffer, Ben Ahlers, Alison Luff, Lorna Courtney, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Caroline Bowman, Bobby Conte, Sarah Hunt, Maddie Baillio, Ava Yaghmaie, Hudson Oz, Peter Dager, Lisa Howard, Kelly McCreary, Jessica Phillips, Darius Fraser, Carl Lundstedt, David Patterson, Sasha Allen, Will Adams, Lea DiMarchi, and Rachel Shapiro.