EXCLUSIVE: Mike Nilon, who left the feature talent department at CAA last month after 18 years at the agency, has become a manager and has gotten his name on the door at his new place of business. He joins as a partner in Kritzer Levine Wilkins Griffin Nilon Entertainment. The client situation is sorting itself out. “We are thrilled to have Mike join our team, his experience of more than 15 years as an agent will be an invaluable asset to the company,” the KLWGN partners said in a statement.
Ex-CAA Agent Mike Nilon Becomes Partner At Management Company
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