MSNBC’s Chris Matthews has a new agent. Matthews has signed with William Morris Endeavor Entertainment.
“Chris’s insight and expertise has become a mainstay in national politics,” said WME Co-CEO Ari Emanuel, brother of White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel. “We look forward to utilizing his unparalleled political experience and singular perspective to build on his iconic brand.”
In addition to “Hardball”, Matthews anchors NBC’s “The Chris Matthews Show,” and is a best-selling author.
Signing with WME means Matthews will also soon have his own entourage.
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