Bonnie Liedtke

Guest

Agent who has made a career of discovering and representing young talent, she signed up with the William Morris Agency in May, 2007; former CEO of Liedtke, Bradwell & Associates, a talent agency for kids; former partner in Talent Works, where she discovered such stars as Leonardo DiCaprio and Hillary Swank

Bonnie Liedtke on KCRW

Superagent to (Underage) Stars; The Burgeoning Video Game Industry

from The Business

Kid Actors and the Moms That Love Them

from The Business

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