Exclusive: APA ups Hayden Meyer, Marc Kamler

The Beverly Hills-headquartered talent agency has promoted Hayden Meyer (pictured, left) to its board of directors and named Marc Kamler (right) as partner.
January 26, 2015

The Agency For Performing Arts (APA) has promoted partner Hayden Meyer (pictured, left) to its board of directors and named Marc Kamler (right) as partner.

The pair have led the growth of the Beverly Hills-headquartered talent agency’s alternative and international television (AITV) roster of reality TV clients, which includes 5X5 Media, Super Delicious, Tremendous Entertainment!, M2 Pictures, Orion Entertainment, Icon Films and MorningStar Entertainment.

The agency founded the department in 2006. Meyer joined the department that year and was promoted to partner six years later. Kamler, who was among the agents he recruited for the AITV team, became vice president in 2012.

APA has worked on unscripted TV deals involving TLC’s Leah Remini: It’s All Relative, BBC America’s Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan, WE’s Kendra on Top, Lifetime’s Dance Moms, and NBC’s Betty White’s Off Their Rockers. It also has offices in New York and Nashville.

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