ACTRA Toronto cannot recommend agents or agencies. For your convenience and reference, we provide this list of agents who have joined the Entertainment Industry Coalition (EIC) and signed a Code of Ethical Conduct. You may want to compare this Code to any representation agreement you consider.
DISCLAIMER: The information provided on this page is offered “as is” with all faults and without warranty of any kind, expressed or implied. ACTRA Toronto makes no warranties or representations regarding the accuracy, completeness or suitability of the information provided.
A (T) next to an agency’s name means that it is also a member of TAMAC, the Talent Agents and Managers Association of Canada.
If you’re an agent who would like to apply for membership in the EIC, please download and complete an EIC Application Package and submit it as directed.
Already registered with EIC?
The EIC Code of Ethical Conduct was updated in February of 2018. If your agency signed the EIC Code of Conduct prior to February 2018 and you wish to maintain your EIC membership in good standing and your agency listing on the ACTRA Toronto website, please download the new code, sign it and send a copy (signed by the agency owner) to the attention of EIC Code of Ethics Update..
Modelling and talent agencies: your rights
Learn about your rights before you sign up with a modelling or talent agency/agent and how to avoid common scams.
Talent Agent/Client Trouble
The contracts between talent agents and clients are not collectively bargained. Consequently, neither ACTRA nor ACTRA Toronto have legal standing or jurisdiction in contract disputes between performers and their agents nor any direct leverage or policing powers over agencies.
To file a complaint against a talent agent or agency
If you believe your talent agent has acted in an unethical manner, please fill out the Talent Agent Complaint Form.