Jen Rudin Reopens Casting Company After Stints At ICM & IAG

Jen Rudin has reopened her company, Jen Rudin Casting, after four years as a talent agent heading voice over and animation at ICM Partners and, most recently IAG.

Jen Rudin Casting first launched in 2009 and operated through 2020 before she joined ICM. Her plan now is to focus on casting film, TV, theater and voiceover/animation for the Los Angeles, New York, and Albuquerque markets.

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With her expertise in animation, Rudin will also consult for animation projects, including casting and voice directing, and will offer full U.S. production services for international productions.

“I am thrilled to return to my casting roots,” said Rudin. “Rebirth and resilience keep me moving forward during this exciting and challenging moment in our industry.”

Rudin began her career as a professional child actor in New York City. She spent seven years as casting director/executive at The Walt Disney Company and earned Artios Awards for Chicken Little and The Princess and the Frog. She is also the author of the book Confessions of a Casting Director, published by HarperCollins.

She also wrote and executive produced the short film Lucy in the Sky, starring Whoopi Goldberg under her previous banner, Purple Glasses Productions, and cast the late Peter Bogdanovich’s final film, She’s Funny That Way.

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