CMC Talent provides a creative approach to management with proactive and strategic media career planning.
We represent creative, versatile, diverse and expert performing artists across all platforms – Radio, TV, Stage, Film, Print, Online, Corporate and Commercial.
We aim to provide our clients with long-term careers and relationships with local and international audiences.
Production on romantic feature film This Little Love of Mine has kicked off this week in Cairns, Far North Queensland. The film sees Australian actors Saskia Hampele (The Heights) and Liam McIntyre (Spartacus: Vengeance) stepping in to the lead roles, starring as two childhood friends who reconnect in unexpected circumstances on the tropical island of… Continue Reading»
This is one of Sam Wood’s absolute favourite recipes and a huge hit with the 28ers on 28 by Sam Wood. View Recipe on 7 News.
Something is Coming and we are excited... #Repost @brookejowett
Something new is coming to KIC and I’m SO excited to officially announce that I’m the HIIT Master Trainer!!! You’ll be able to find me alongside @ellicewhichello on boxing and @brittactive on Strength!! Make sure you’re following the @keepitcleaner IG account to be the first to hear when my sessions are available! Not long to wait 😏#KICFIT ...
State of Disaster... Not us!! Just as well we are National so no disaster here. Business as usual... still accessible... still working... still being Covid ‘normal’. #CMC #Management #Sunday #Work ...
Our John Wood... In this weeks @stellarmag #Repost
While veteran actor John Wood has played many characters in his 50-year career, in the eyes of fans his most memorable has been that of Senior Sergeant Tom Croydon in popular drama series Blue Heelers. In an exclusive extract from his new memoir, the 74-year-old reveals his deep fondness for former castmates, why he never tired of portraying the same character for a dozen years – and how his father came to enjoy Wood's “eventual celebrity”. In today’s issue of Stellar, inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), Sunday Herald Sun (Victoria), The Sunday Mail (Queensland), Sunday Mail (SA) and Sunday Tasmanian (Tasmania). ...
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