United Talent Agency (UTA) has signed the 24-year-old half-Mexican American actress and Broadway star in all areas.
Noblezada can be seen starring in Sony’s musical drama, Yellow Rose, marking her feature film debut. The project was theatrically released worldwide onFriday. She plays the titular role of ‘Rose,’ a Filipino teen from a small Texas town who, while facing the threat of deportation, continues to fight for her dream as a country music star.
On Broadway, she made her debut as the title role in the revival of Miss Saigon, which earned her a Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical.
She also starred in Hadestown, which made her one of just a handful of actors to receive Tony nominations for their first two Broadway roles.
She received a Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album for her work on the show.
The 37-year-old Chilean producer, director, documentarianand screenwriter has signed with United Talent Agency (UTA) for worldwide representation in all areas.
Alberdi runs the production company Micromundo Productions and is known for making documentaries that paint intimate portraits of characters in small-scale worlds.
Most recently, Alberdi directed and wrote the documentary The Mole Agent, which was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize for “World Cinema – Documentary” at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. The Mole Agent was also nominated for awards at the Cleveland International Film Festival and the Miami Film Festival, among others.
Ahead of the film’s Sundance screening, Alberdi won the prestigious 2020 Chicken & Egg Award, which annually recognizes six experienced documentarians.
Previously, Alberdi directed, produced, and wrote the 2016 feature documentary The Grown-Ups. Her additional credits include the documentary short I’m Not From Hereand the feature documentaries Tea Time and The Lifeguard.
Alberdi also co-authored the book Teorías de cine documental en Chile 1957-1973.
The 29-year-old part-Mexican American actress has signed with United Talent Agency (UTA).
Barbaro will appear as ‘Phoenix,’ the sole female fighter pilot, in the upcoming Paramount/Skydance–Tom Cruisesequel Top Gun: Maverickset for release on June 26.
Barbaro recently appeared in ABC’s Stumptownand reprised her recurring role in Splitting Up Together for the same network.
Additionally, Barbaro starred in the Netflix series The Good Cop opposite Josh Groban and Tony Danza. She’s best known for her role as Yael on the second season of Lifetime’s critically acclaimed series UnREAL.
She continues to be represented by Main Title Entertainmentand Meyer & Downs.
Espitia first came to prominence with his leading role in Amat Escalante’s Cannes Film Festival title Heli and also starred as the lead in Nuestras Madres, which opened at Cannes in Critics’ Weekwhere it picked up the Caméra d’Or.
Additionally, he has appeared in several features including Ayúdame A Pasar La Noche,and Open Cage.
On the television side, his credits include Amazon’s Diablo Guardián, Telemundo’s El Recluso as well as History Channel’s Texas Rising.
He also founded the theater company Conejo Con Prisa.
The 22-year-old Mexican actress, who rose to acclaim as the breakout star of Telemundo’s Ugly Bettyre-make Betty EnNY, has signed with Ryan Muckenthaler and Ali Benmohamed at United Talent Agency (UTA) for representation in all areas.
Torres was also recently named Best New Actress at the Produ Awards at Mipcom Mexico. She’s close to wrapping her second television series, Enemigo Intimo, for Spanish language powerhouse Telemundo Global Studios.
The actress is relocating to Los Angeles in January 2020 to pursue English language film and television opportunities.
Torres also recently signed with Los Angeles and London based management/production company Avatar Entertainment, where she will be repped by Val Valdez and Larry Robinson.
Rounding out her team, Torres has also recently signed with lawyer Maria Suarezat Hanson Jacobson & Teller.
Manager Val Valdez says, “[Torres] is probably the hottest Latino star under the age on 25 years old and her talent is only exceeded by her tireless work ethic.”
United Talent Agency (UTA) has signed the 41-year-old half Puerto Ricanrecording artist, music producer, entrepreneur, and art collector for representation in all areas. He’ll continue to be managed by Monique Blake of Swizz Beatz productions.
The announcement comes after his highly-successful Dreamweavers, a group exhibition co-presented with UTA Artist Space earlier this year. Inspired by surrealism and the 21st century, the exhibition attracted thousands of visitors and 1.2 billion media impressions.
In addition to their Grammy award-winning music careers, Beatz and his wife Alicia Keysare founders of The Dean Collection, which includes over a thousand works from rising and established contemporary artists. Through the Dean Collection, they host the No Commission Art Fair, which allows a space for artists to sell their work and keep 100 percent of the proceeds.
“Swizz has an intuitive understanding of the cultural landscape and is a true creative pioneer across the intersection of art, music and business,” said UTA’s CEO Jeremy Zimmer. “He was the driving force behind the success of our Dreamweavers exhibition and we look forward to working together to bring more innovative projects to life.”
“I am excited to continue creating history with the UTA team!” Beatz added. “What we did with Dreamweavers was just a peek into where we want to go with the creativity. ‘Let the creatives create’ is the cornerstone of what myself and The Dean Collection are built on, and with UTA as my partner I know my wings will span even further to do just that…CREATE!”
The Puerto Rican actress/writer will be part of the inaugural slate for female-focused podcast network Earios.
Delgado’s podcast is entitled The Alarmist. The Good Placeactress sits down with a guest to analyze and scrutinize history’s greatest disasters, from the sinking of the Titanic to the break-up of The Beatles, to find out what went wrong and who is to blame.
Delgado’s podcast joins a roster that includes projects by Love creator Lesley Arfin, Margaret Choand Glow’sKimmy Gatewood
Earios was set up by former UTAand WME comedy agent Priyanka Mattoo, who also ran Electric Dynamitewith Jack Black, Maria Blasucciand Amanda Lund.
Last year, the company successfully raised money through a Kickstartercampaign and secured enough to launch 12 shows this year. It has also partnered with podcast company Acastto launch the slate, which will launch three shows at the start of July and will run new shows every couple of weeks.
It’s designed to produce female-fronted podcasts after Lund and Blasucci, who previously hosted their own independent shows, failed to find podcast companies run by women even though over 30% of shows are hosted or co-hosted by women and women make up half of podcast listeners.