TV Personality Sunda Croonquist inks 22 year old Writer to 3 Year Management Deal

TV Personality Sunda Croonquist inks 22 year old Writer to 3 Year Management Deal

Comedy producer Sunda Croonquist, whose been featured on television's top talk shows including "The Today Show, "The View," "Entertainment Tonight," and played Nancy Lee in "Law and Order: Criminal Intent" has moved into management. Croonquist, who performs regularly at the comedy store and the world famous Laugh Factory recalls her first time meeting Martin after a show in Hollywood. Martin, whose prepared 'spec' projects for some notable actors and producers in Hollywood expressed to Croonquist how he wants to beat the odds and become a top writer. One week later, Croonquist requested a sample, and it did impress her, but not enough to manage his career right away. One week later, Martin was offered a "shopping agreement" which will allow all of his projects to be delivered to various production companies and studios. Martin reached out to Croonquist to speak about the terms of the deal, and since he was so consistent with her, she decided to ink Martin for 6-months to assist with only the legalities of the agreement. Croonquist and Martin's relationship will soon prosper, and they sat down with the creator, and writer of Showtimes 'White Famous', Buddy Lewis. He gave Martin a crash course on TV writing and helped with his timing and structure. Croonquist ultimately signed Martin to a 3-year management deal after being impressed with his exuberance and candor at his meetings. Croonquist says, "This kid loves to write, and he does it colorless, classy and is melodious in his writing style." Martin says, "I'm pushing to become the voice of young Hollywood and use my platform to inspire others. Ultimately my goal is to be innovative and move the industry forward." Martin currently has a catalog that consists of 12 projects, but his 1-hour drama 'spec' titled "Independent" is Croonquist Media Management's primary focus. Martin currently serves as co-writer of a sitcom titled, "Love Thy Family." Michelman and Robinsons, LLP (NY) also represents Timothy Martin. For media inquiries contact: ANITA KATZEN akatzen@schulmanlobel.com

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