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Thread: The Chasin Agency (Tom Chasin)

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    The Chasin Agency (Tom Chasin)

    Just wondering if anyone worked with Chasin and how it was. THanks.

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    The Chasin Agency

    Looks to be a big-name talent agency.
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    I'm not finding any website, but Tom Chasin reps the actors while Scott Penney herds the writers (in case anyone needs to search for sales/credits).
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    Chasin Agency

    I am familiar with the office. The agency is very small and not the powerhouse you would think it is. Tom Chasin's father was part of the Chasin-Park Dynasty and he certainly learned a few things there. If Tom takes you on, he will try to get work for you -- he does an ok job and knows a lot of people. Scott knows a lot of people as well, but just takes on far toooooooooo many clients because he is such a nice guy and has a hard time saying "no" -- his heart is in the right place. A lot of his clients get lost in the shuffle. If you are stuck with Scott, chances are that you are probably screwed simply because of his workload - and don't let Tom pawn you off, which he will do. It is a great place to get a start, but keep looking for a home --- just my opinion. If you are with Scott and want to butter him up or have a valid excuse for randomly dropping in, bring in some Baskin Robbins Pralines and Cream -- he cannot resist it as it is his favorite (I am not kidding). Good Luck.

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    Dumb question, but what's a praline? Sounds like the name of an ex girlfriend...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saskatoonistan View Post
    Dumb question, but what's a praline? Sounds like the name of an ex girlfriend...
    a smooth, sweet substance made by boiling nuts in sugar and grinding the mixture it's a type of candy.

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