Maritza Cabrera Launching Limitless Management

Maritza Cabrera’s future is limitless

The Latina talent and literary manager, producer and executive, formerly of Zero Gravity Management, is launching a new company, Limitless Management, with her existing clients, Cassandra Blair, Julia Harnett and Raphael Corkhill.

Maritza Cabrera Other clients following Cabrera to Limitless include Sarah Alami, Kyle Coffman, Kathryn Boyd Brolin, Sarah Cortez, Christine Lin and actress/viral sensation Cassidy Davis. Writers include Kate Bailey, Christene Seda, Timmy Tamisiea and Lamont Ferrell.

The company will also represent several multi-hyphenate artists including Juan Francisco Villa; Emmy nominee LaNisa Renee Frederick; Minita Gandhi; Paloma Nozicka and Will Allan, who were both recently nominated for The Jeff Awards for their new works.

“Eleven years ago, I moved to Hollywood from Chicago as a multi-hyphenate artist with a foundation in theater and improv,” Cabrera told Deadline. “I pivoted into management over 8 years ago and combined those skills along with a passion to develop and support other multi-hyphenate artists and those with a stage background.”

She continued, “As a Latina, it has also always been important to me to champion women and diversity in our industry as well as my roster. I am incredibly grateful for the support from my clients, casting, agents, and other industry colleagues as well as my family and friends. Azucar!”

Cabrera’s first feature film as a producer, Clocked, starring her clients Danell Leyva and Brandon Hudson, is currently on the festival circuit and seeking distribution.

She’s also in pre-production for the next feature she is producingA Woman Abroad, written by Amy Kersten.

Maurice Compte Signs with Zero Gravity Management for Representation

Maurice Compte has zeroed in on new representation…

Zero Gravity Management has signed the Cuban-American actor-producer.

Maurice CompteCompte is best known for portraying Pablo Escobar’s nemesis, Colonel Horacio Carillo, in the first two seasons of Netflix’s Narcos.

His other major credits include his villainous turn opposite Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña in David Ayer’s police actioner End of Watch, and the STXfilms crime drama, Den of Thieves, in which he appeared alongside Gerard Butler.

Compte currently appears as Detective Mike Duarte on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and has also been seen on such notable series as Mayans M.C.Breaking Bad, Power and From Dusk Till Dawn, among others.

Other notable film credits include Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Ayer’s DEA crime pic, Sabotage.

As a burgeoning producer, Compte’s goal is to spotlight elevated and visceral stories with authentic cultural underpinnings. He is currently a co-executive producer on Hotel Cocaine — an upcoming crime drama from Narcos creator Chris Brancato that’s headed to MGM+. The show tells the story of Miami’s infamous Hotel Mutiny, where Compte’s father Roman was general manager during the drug-fueled 1980s.