Exclusive: Wellington paranormalMike Minogue and Shortland Street Actor Tim Foley is launching creative talent company Frank Management with Kiwi agent Naomi Ferry.
The trio created the New Zealand-based company with a commitment to offer An option for all creative looking representation. They told Frank about their combined experience in acting, writing and producing and representing. “Unique presence in local industry.“
Frank will look for clients in all disciplines, including acting, writing and filmmaking.
Known as ‘Officer Minogue’ in the series of Minogue, Taika Vetiti and Jemaine Clement Wellington paranormalAlso a writer and producer, he recently produced the 2021 Sundance Film Coming home in the dark. He will be the head of development.
“I am fortunate in my career to have had success in various areas of our industry and to capture my experiences both on camera and in development and business,” Minogue said. “I look forward to working alongside our talents to identify their goals and how we can achieve them as a team.”
Foley has worked in all aspects of the industry for over 20 years. He has appeared in more than 500 episodes Shortland Street, which is New Zealand’s longest running drama and other local and international production, and will play a strategic and development role in Frank.
“I’m really looking forward to the opportunity to unleash new talent, as well as to help bring out the best in established creatives who want to grow,” Foley said. “New Zealand has tremendous talent. At Frank, our goal is to offer advice from a place of experience and to represent our industry on a practical basis. ”
Ferry, a senior agent, worked for some of New Zealand’s largest companies before moving on to freelance consulting. “Our relatively small country has always pushed its weight, but there are special opportunities here and abroad that Frank can help harness,” he said.