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- The Untold Story of Hollywood's Creative Artists Agency
- By: James Andrew Miller
- Narrated by: James Andrew Miller, Kirby Heyborne, Ann Richardson
- Length: 25 hrs and 1 min
In 1975, five young employees of a sclerotic William Morris agency left to start their own strikingly innovative talent agency. In the years to come, Creative Artists Agency would vault from its origins in a tiny office on the last block of Beverly Hills to become the largest and most imperial, groundbreaking, and star-studded agency Hollywood has ever seen - a company whose tentacles now spread throughout the world of movies, music, television, technology, advertising, sports, and investment banking far more than previously imagined.
- By Tomas Dvorak on 09-16-18
A Solid oral history that does not stick the endin
I love me some corporate bio's, add that in with an oral history and you got a winner. The CAA book really nails this balance for the fist 18 hours then slows down a bit as the company change and moved into other things. I am not saying that the ending is boring but you go from something I care about (movies) to something I find full (sports) and a bit of the shine comes off in the last ten years of CAA.
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