Are you based in Miami and looking for representation? The bustling port city offers many opportunities for entertainers who want to work with an agency. Here are 9 of the top Miami agencies for models, actors, influencers, and entertainers.
The top acting and talent agencies in Miami are SAG-franchised and have reputations for growing the careers of their talent. The best one for you will have a division that meshes well with you and your career goals.
Founder and owner Sandra Suarez-Fielding writes, “My agency was created based on my experience in the modeling industry for more than 40 years. During that time, I learned both sides of the business and I will be using this knowledge to be a better agent.” The agency has recently booked work with Old El Paso, Gymboree, and Five Below.
The breakdown: Newer to the talent scene than many of these other agencies, Beyond Beauty Talent stands out due to its commitment to diversity and inclusion.
The agency represents “talents of all ages, ethnicities, and diversities. We are one of the agencies that will represent talents with special needs, disabilities, LBGTQ, and all of the above.” Beyond Beauty Talent has recently booked work with Disney, DirecTV, and Macy’s.
Submissions: Since they’re always accepting new talent, visit their website to be seen.
The breakdown: Founded in 1975, Creative Artists Agency is one of the most influential talent agencies in the world. While based in Los Angeles, Miami is home to one of its 10 United States locations.
The agency is “committed to remaining the strongest, most vibrant, and most innovative service company in the world.”
Submissions: At this time, CAA does not accept unsolicited submissions.
Slate Model and Talent agency specializes in print, trade shows, runway, special events, commercials, film, and television. It serves clients worldwide, including Carnival Cruise Line, St. Kitts Tourism, Canelli Yachts, Eastbay, Matilda Jane, and Stella Artois.
Submissions: Contact them to learn more about seeking representation.
The breakdown: Owned and operated for more than 35 years by Cathy Tully, this agency has placed talent in many South Florida film and television productions.
Coconut Grove Talent represents “professional talent in TV series, movies, commercials, print, fashion, lifestyle, documentaries, voice-overs, industrials, conventions, and trade shows.” Its talent has appeared in commercials for big-name clients including Macy’s, Gatorade, Burger King, and Clairol.
Submissions: Submit yourself to the agency online.
Representing talent including Chris Pratt, Timothée Chalamet, Kevin Hart, and Bad Bunny—and venturing into newer markets such as podcasting and digital—there’s a reason UTA is a trendsetter in the industry. CEO Jerry Zimmer has led the way in the company’s moves into music, digital talent, fine arts, and esports.
Submissions: UTA only accepts referrals for representation.
Founder John Casablancas represented many of the biggest names in the modeling business and was critical to launching their careers. Models Gisele Bündchen, Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer, Cindy Crawford, and Tyra Banks started with Elite, as did actors Caitriona Balfe, Inés Sastre, Jessica Lange, Rachel Ward, Monica Bellucci, and Diane Kruger.
The modeling agency is “a leader in new talent recruitment offering exceptional opportunities for global exposure without having to be in a major market.” Its talent subsidiary agency represents comedians, hosts, spokespersons, martial artists, stunt actors, voiceover artists, musical theater performers, and commercial, theater, film, and TV actors.
The breakdown: The Palomera Group is one of the largest talent agencies in the Spanish-speaking world.
Fostering client growth and building relationships is key to this Miami talent agency’s success. CEO Alejandra Palomera strives to create unique strategies to launch new artists and sustain their development in the entertainment world.
Submissions: Contact the agency here for submission information.