Byron’s Management, London

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Discover more about the Byron’s Management London based talent agency.

Byron’s Management is a talent agency located in London’s Covent Garden, representing clients in theatre, musical theatre, film, television and commercials.

It’s a well established agency, opened by Emily Byron MBE more than twenty years ago.

Byron’s Management is a member of the PMA (Personal Managers’ Association), a membership organisation for agents who represent actors, writers and directors working in film, television, theatre and radio. 

Contact Details


Byron’s Management, 41 Maiden Lane, London WC2E 7LJ


020 7242 8096



Seeking Representation

Byron’s Management prides itself on “representing extremely talented and professional actors”. 

Therefore you’ll need training and experience, it’s not an acting agency for beginners. 

Byron’s Management Team

Byron’s Management is owned and run by Emily Byron MBE. She’s an English and Educational Psychology graduate from Middlesex University, who went on to postgraduate study at the Central School of Speech and Drama.

In 1995, Emily Byron converted a large, disused, office building into the New London Performing Arts Centre. Children of all ages and backgrounds attend classes at NLPAC to receive quality training in all areas of the performing arts.  

Emily Byron has also been on the  management committee of Collage Arts, a leading arts development, training and creative regeneration charity based in the Haringey Cultural Quarter, for almost two decades.

Jen Holden – Executive Agent Jen Holden and Senior Agent Ross Hugill are supported by Agent’s Assistants Adrian Keith  and Charlotte Goffin. 

Tony Hodgson and Sally Judd run the accounts section.

Byron’s Management Clients

Other clients at the agency include Robyn Holdaway, who plays Layla in Series 3 of Sex Education on Netflix, and Luke Sumner, appearing as Scorpious Malfoy in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at London’s West End Palace Theatre.

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