Anthony Topman is a producer, talent manager, casting director, and a President of LA Management Inc.
His outstanding work in managing talent has led to clients landing lead roles in studio feature films and series regular roles on many major television networks. As a producer, Anthony has been responsible for packaging a number of television shows and feature films. His goal is to produce high quality films which are first and foremost packaged with his clients. His formula is simple: if you want to develop a great project start by selecting or writing a great screenplay, then add award winning producers, director and quality talent.
As a creative and experienced brand manager, Addison Witt brings more than 20 years as a personal talent representative, acting coach, and TV personality. Before becoming a commercial agent at Element Talent Agency mid-2013, the head of theatrical at PMT, and Director of Agency at Impression Entertainment Group, Addison owned and operated Witt Entertainment Management, Inc., for 12 years. His brand building Company, WEM, Inc., was a star making talent management company known for discovering a group of child actors whose work in television is to this day seen by millions of people around the world.
While there are thousands of people that have benefited from Addison’s knowledge and managerial style, both inside and outside of the entertainment industry, many of his actors have reached a level of success and have remained active and working since they begin in 2002. To name a few; Leah Pipes (The Originals), Mario Ardila Jr. (Switched at Birth), Sierra McCormick (Ant Farm), Nikki SooHoo (The Lovely Bones), and RJ Mitte (Breaking Bad). These and other clients represented by Addison are Emmy winners, SAG Award winners, Golden Globe winners, TV Critics Award winners, Peabody winners, BAFTA and GOYA nominees as well as recipients of other noted awards.
Addison Witt is also a TV personality and has worked in a dozen commercials, starred in 3 different reality series, guest starred in other reality series, and invited to guest speak on numerous news magazine shows, and radio interviews. His Lifetime series “Off the Leash” was the first reality series to showcase a televised canine talent agency that represented dogs in high profile films and TV. A series of other reality shows followed, including Canada’s “Reality Obsessed,” MTV’s “New York Goes to Hollywood,” and a French documentary called Liav re Loure,” a look at the French and their relationship with dogs. In 2012 Addison Witt flew to London, England to shoot “Top Dog Model,” a series similar to the human counterpart, “Britain’s Next Top Model,” except TDM was all about dogs strutting down the catwalk instead of would be supermodels.
Addison Witt is a former Board of Director for the Burbank International Film Festival. His advocacy includes a National Spokesperson role with the National Disability Institute, “I AM PWD,” and Stand up 2 Cancer. He created the RJ Mitte Diversity Award, an award given to a minor actor with physical disabilities, and he produced “Beyond Diversity; the future is now,” a panel discussion hosted by AFI and the SAG Foundation, promoting greater diversity in television and film. Panelists included Addison Witt, moderator, actor and activist, Bill Duke, talent manager, Constance Tillotson, actress, Nikki SooHoo, and actor, RJ Mitte.
Current clients include Dalton Rich from the Golden Globe winning, Transparent, Lennan Kay and Tori Vild from “The 702,” and Maitland Ward from “Boy Meets World.”
Addison Witt specializes in branding his clients’ celebrity profile.