Andy

I cannot say enough good things about my time with Scott Copeland Talent. It has been 7 years since I initially signed on with Scott and I still work very closely with him on my acting career. One of the things I appreciate most is how careful he is. He does not rush into anything. If you are inpatient then this might not be for you.

For instance, he told me right off the bat that I would have to train in professional acting schools for at least a year before he would even think about introducing me to anyone. During this time I got plenty of modeling work and appeared in magazines and even shot a national commercial that ended up making me over 40 thousand dollars, so it isn't like I wasn't working during this time. But I wasn't auditioning for acting roles. Again, it is a lot of training. If you are someone who likes to rush into things then Scott is probably not the person for you.

However, most actors in Hollywood try to start with a lower-level agent and get some credits until they can move up to a slightly better agent and hope to eventually work their way up to a top agent. This is not how Scott works. When he finally felt I was ready to approach agents (and when my professional acting teachers agreed) he introduced me straight to one of the top management companies in Hollywood, called Untitled Entertainment. I am still in shock that I am able to work with this incredible team of people. This is the management company that represents Daniel Day-Lewis, Hilary Swank, Jeremy Renner, Ashton Kutcher, and many more. They are amazing. I would never have been able to get attached to such an A-list company without Scott's careful guidance.

For the past few years I have been auditioning for great projects and just shot my first feature film last year for the Syfy channel. I cannot believe my good fortune for having the privilege of working with Scott. I hope to continue doing so for many years!