Founded in 1990, the GOODWIN AGENCY is lead by its three founding partners: CAMILLE, MARIE-CLAUDE and NATHALIE GOODWIN. They are assisted by a team of ten experienced collaborators. They act on behalf of more than 150 artists whose talents take them all over the world working in fields as diverse as acting; communication; stage and film direction; art direction; dramatic and literary writing; set, costume and lighting design; choreography; and musical creation.
CAMILLE GOODWIN has 35 years of experience in the arts covering production, representation and negotiation.
MARIE-CLAUDE and NATHALIE GOODWIN are both lawyers who, for more than 20 years, have applied their legal expertise to representation and negotiation.
In addition to negotiating all contracts for its artists, the Agency also manages their schedules and the collection of their fees and royalties.
The GOODWIN AGENCY was Quebec's first operation of its kind and it has consistently led from the front ever since. Today its client roster boasts the biggest and most diverse collection of industry talents.
Like the great American agencies, the GOODWIN AGENCY works on the initiation of a broad range of projects - covering television, film, theatre, literature, musicals, and shows - so that Quebec's tremendous wealth of artistic talent can be enjoyed by audiences across the world.
As a result, the GOODWIN AGENCY is called upon to negotiate with dance and theatre producers, television and film producers, international publishers and world-renowned institutions such as the Cirque du Soleil, Milan's La Scala, the Comédie Française, the Paris Opera, and Disney, Live Nation, Creative Entertainment Group (CEG), to name but a few. The agency also partners with other talent and management agencies, including the William Morris Endeavor, Columbia Artists Management (CAMI), International Creative Management (ICM) and Creatice Artists Agency (CAA).