Tan Leaders - Paulo Andrés
After joining the Actors' Network 1993, Paulo quickly realized that he found a great thing. He committed himself to its growth and expansion. In 1996 his devotion culminated in full partnership where his dedication to each member and his knowledge of the business transformed The Actors' Network into the leading organization for the working actor.
Paulo's desire to assist actors in their careers eventually became his driving passion as he transitioned from actor to personal manager in February of 2002. Quick successes lead him to develop key relationships and experiences. In June 2004 he formed a partnership with Kurt Patino and opened LINK Talent Group. On May 1, 2008 they merged with Rachel Rothman to create Rothman/Patino/Andrés Entertainment, expanding their collective company to include production development.
Paulo served for four years as Board President for Common Ground in Santa Monica. He currently serves on the Century of Compassion board - an organization dedicated to making our current century the most compassionate. He speaks across the nation on the business of acting to actors who plan to move to Los Angeles. He has run 5 marathons. An avid cyclist, Paulo just completed his 2nd bike ride, 575 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles in the Aids/LifeCycle Ride.
As manager, Paulo placed Golden Globe and Emmy nominee Masi Oka on the NBC hit series HEROES. He reps Farah Fath as Gigi Moresco on One Life To Live, and Jason Chambers Star Host on History Channel's Human Weapon. His client Chad Brokaw is well known commercially as the loveable CHAD the Alltel phone guy.
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