LOS ANGELES — Tom Byron and Tori Welles have joined forces to launch Hall of Fame Management.
Byron, the veteran producer/director/actor, said that Hall of Fame Management is taking a new approach to adult talent management.
“We saw how much companies were spending in agency fees every year, and how much the girls were paying out every month in percentages," Byron said. "We figured there had to be a better way.”
Instead of charging producers a fee and taking percentages from talent, Hall of Fame Management charges a flat $350-per-month management fee, which is offset by a guaranteed $500 scene for the company every month, the company announced Monday.
“We want to be more than just another agency who pressures talent to do any and everything so we can make the most money off of them," said Welles, a former adult actress with almost 100 movie credits during a performing career that spanned from the late 80's to 2001. “We want to help guide these girls’ careers. We don’t want to make a quick buck, we want to create career longevity and make stars.”
Hall of Fame Management said its website not only features pictures of its talent, but also video clips that are shot in-house by some of the top photographers and videographers in the business.
Hall of Fame will also be representing people in other areas of adult entertainment, including directors, editors, photographers and anyone else who needs representation.
For Booking Inquiries or to schedule an appointment if you are seeking representation, contact Welles at email@example.com.