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Each month, the Black TV & Film Collective interviews industry veterans.
In February we sat down with renowned Talent Agent Ken Lee.
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Ken actually started out aspiring to be a filmmaker, but quickly realized once in film school, that it wasn’t quite his calling. Instead of quitting he stayed and decided to learn more about the business while fostering good relationships with his classmates. And as a result he discovered his talents (no pun intended).
More about Ken Lee:
Ken, a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts, now represents over 70 artists at Innovative Artists. His clients have appeared in films and television shows including House of Cards, VEEP, Birdman, Spider-Man, The Get Down and many more.
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