(Los Angeles) – Terrece Lynn is the founder and CEO of The Wayne Agency, one of the largest talent and literary agencies in Los Angeles, with a second location in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The SAG-AFTRA and WGA franchised agency represents over 600 talented clients, providing both theatrical and commercial representation, as well as representation for musicians, writers, voice over artists, social media influencers, and models.

Founder Terrece Lynn is also a producer, writer and director. Stating, “We have a project that my partner and I created titled The Karen Effect. It is an unscripted series that will shed light and attention to society’s obsession with seemingly taking justice into their own hands. The Karen Effect will also provide a unique perspective because not only will it highlight the ‘accused Karen,’ it will also provide a platform for those subjected to ‘Karen behavior,’ allowing for possible acknowledgement and resolution, as well as education by telling both sides of the dynamic.” The project is entering post-production, and Lynn’s production company is seeking an additional co-executive producer.

Founder Terrece Lynn began working in the entertainment industry at a young age. Lynn states, “My parents actually had me enrolled in both modeling and acting classes when I was 12 years old, in an effort to help me to become more confident and outgoing. It was during this time that I found my passion for the arts, which has continued to grow exponentially throughout the years. When I had children of my own, I knew that I wanted them to have even more opportunities than what I initially had. Starting my own agency was also to safeguard them, knowing that I would be their best advocate.”

Lynn continued, “My motivation to form The Wayne Agency rooted from my own experience of being presented with limited opportunities in the entertainment industry – at first! Being a bi-racial talent and not always receiving opportunities because no one knew how and where to place me became frustrating. As I got older and had kids of my own, I saw the same thing happening to them as what happened to me growing up. I had to pave the way! I knew change was coming and I wanted to be part of that change. I wanted to be an advocate for talented people, people who need and deserve to know and experience that it is possible to be seen for what you can bring to the table. Talent comes in many shapes, colors and sizes, and that is what makes this world beautiful. I always want to make sure that TWA is always sending out a message that it is important to never give up on your dreams. The road may not be easy, but it is possible, and I am living proof.”

Concluding, “We provide 90 day ‘RoadMap Meetings’ making sure that what we are doing is working, and if not, we come up with another course of action. We ensure that we are on the same page with each and every client as we listen to their goals, ensuring that we both share the same vision moving forward. I encourage individuality and for people to deliver their talent in a way that only they can.”

Those seeking agency representation may submit their information to The Wayne Agency Talent Submissions. Interview requests for The Wayne Agency may be directed to the agency’s publicist, Lisa J. Pellegrene on IMDb. Follow The Wayne Agency at www.instagram.com/LA.TWA, and The Wayne Agency (TWA) on IMDb.

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