What's the difference between an aspiring actor and a working actor? Often, just a good agent. While we can't recommend an agent for you, we can direct you to our list of SAG franchised talent agents and give you some advice. Please remember that SAG-AFTRA members working in Legacy SAG's jurisdiction are required to choose, as their agents, only those that are franchised by the Union. Moreover, SAG-AFTRA cannot make any recommendation on which agency is best for any performer—those remain individual choices should be made by members based on their own personal and professional preferences.
Please choose a Local, and then choose whether you’d like to display Franchised Agents or ATA/NATR (Non-Franchised) Agents.
Please note: All Union members' talent agents must be franchised by the Union or affiliated with the ATA. If any information is incorrect, please notify your SAG-AFTRA Local office. For information about being represented by ATA/NATR agents, please see the section below.
For Union Members Only: Do you have a question about your SAG franchised agent or about your ATA agent? If so, you can reach the Professional Representatives Department at firstname.lastname@example.org and (323) 549-6745 in Los Angeles or email@example.com and (212) 863-4230 in New York.
To update your agency contact information with the Union, please use the SAG-AFTRA Representation Update Form - located in the My Information section, which, when completed with your signature, may be submitted via email, fax, or regular mail to the addresses listed at the bottom of the form.
SAG-AFTRA Representation Update Form
Specialty Code Definitions
|AA||Black/ African American|
|ASN||Asian/ Pacific Islander/ South Asian|
|AUB||Exhibit F (Audiobooks)|
|BOT||Exhibit F (Books on Tape)|
|MENA||Middle Eastern/ North African|
|PWD||Performers with Disabilities|
|TVCo||TV Programs (OC)|