MEET THE PARTNERS
Tina Randolph Contogenis
Tina Randolph Contogenis began creating films at a young age and knew it was the industry she would be in for life. She graduated from San Diego State University with a focus on TV and film and quickly went to work for a top TV production company. She worked for years on popular television shows and learned every aspect of the industry from producing to casting.
Later she successfully ventured into music management and eventually that became talent management. Tina also began producing films and a popular teen web series. With the huge success of her clients, Tina was offered an agency position at Zuri Talent Agency where she built the theatrical roster to include some of today’s top young stars. Eventually Tina founded Eris Talent Agency and soon joined forces with her partners, Rebecca Ek and Amy Lord, to build an agency home for over 700 actors, writers, directors, and producers.
Rebecca Ek started her career in the Entertainment when she founded FHL Entertainment Talent Management company. She worked hard building her company and her reputation grew quickly among casting directors and agents. She had talent working on several projects within a few weeks of forming her Management company. She always felt a strong calling to move from managing talent to representing them in the capacity of an Agent. When the right opportunity came along to partner and Co-Own Eris Talent agency at its’ infancy stage she knew it was the right move. She is very passionate about helping others realize their dreams and works hard to get her clients every opportunity possible. She has a strong background in management and organization coming from the world of real estate where she ran several Multi Million dollar properties. Her experience gave her the business acumen to be successful. Her drive has given her a great reputation and she has booked several clients on top shows, films and commercials.
Amy Lord began her career in NYC at the Noble Talent agency. In her early twenties, Amy was the first actress in a regional production of Tony n Tina’s Wedding which brought her out to Los Angeles for the pilot episode. Amy’s literary career afforded her the opportunity to have two produced shows in NYC, Grandma Sylvia’s Funeral and The Boychick Affair. Amy is a contributing writer for Huffington Post. She worked for many years as a theatrical manager at YPS and then returned to the agenting world where she worked at LB Talent for many years representing actors in NY and LA. As a partner at Eris, Amy continues to dedicate herself to her clients in both the performing and literary world.