Canadian actor Jonathan Emond (www.jonathanemond.com) has signed, across the board with Bohemia Group. The Los Angeles-based international management firm, which boasts offices in New York, New Orleans, Dallas, London, Olympia, and Auckland, will represent Emond globally.
The young Canadian actor, who now resides in Los Angeles, made his acting debut in the leading role on “Télé-Québec’s Tactik”, which filmed in Montreal. He has since gone on to appear in Michael Bay’s Transformers: Age of Extinction and several Canadian TV shows including; “Impostor,” “Fatal Vows,” “Being Human,” “30 Vies” and “The Fixer.”
“We are really happy to have Jonathan here at Bohemia,” said Susan Ferris, CEO of Bohemia Group. “It is always exciting when we get to take a talented young actor and work them in all the worldwide markets. It is going to be a lot of fun building his career globally. He is a talented young man who will be taking the world by storm, and we are delighted to help him conquer it!”
“Jonathan’s talent is quite evident. He is a young actor that I believe will have a great career in the film and television industry,” says Aaron Speiser
Since beginning his acting journey at 15, Jonathan has evolved as a young actor. He has studied stage combat, voice over for animation and video games, improvisation workshops and more recently Meisner workshops with JT Silver. On arriving in Los Angeles, Jonathan has begun sharpening his acting chops by studying with renowned Los Angeles-based acting teacher Aaron Speiser, where he continues to grow and excel as a student.
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