United Agents

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United Agents (UA) is a British talent and literary agency founded in 2007 by Tim Corrie. It is situated on Lexington Street in Soho, London, UK, and was set up by agents who had left Peters Fraser and Dunlop (PFD). It is chaired by Lindy King and the managing director is St. John Donald. UA Actors is headed by Kirk Whelan-Foran, UA Books by Robert Kirby and UA Film and Television by Natasha Galloway.[1]

UA represents actors, authors, cinematographers, composers, designers, directors, editors, playwrights, presenters and voiceover artists. Clients represented include: Julian Barnes, Alan Bennett, James Corden, Richard Curtis, Dawn French, Ricky Gervais, Jo Hamilton (interior designer), Tom Hardy, Keira Knightley, Mike Leigh, James McAvoy, Ewan McGregor, Stephen Merchant, Sienna Miller, Ruth Rendell, Jennifer Saunders, Tom Stoppard, Joanna Trollope, Jonathan Tulloch, Kate Winslet and Sophie Wu.

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  1. ^ "About". United Agents. United Agents. 2007. Retrieved 2008-09-23. [dead link]