New Talent Submission
Thank you for your interest in being represented by SLU! In order to evaluate your potential marketability and fit with SLU, please complete the below form.
What We Are Looking For
Prior industry experience is not required but can be an advantage. For our sports/fitness division, we represent talent with advanced level athletic skills and experience that would support the credibility and authenticity sought by advertisers. For our lifestyle division, we are primarily interested in representing women (5'7" to 5'11"), men (5'11" to 6'3"), and teens/kids who represent a healthy active lifestyle with strong potential marketability as commercial models. We are open to all sizes and ages but sign only a limited number of kids each year. Please note that we are not currently seeking to represent talent younger than 17 years of age who reside in California.
Please also note that we can only consider talent for representation that are resident in the United States, and authorized to work for productions legally, in the United States. If you reside outside the United States, please do not submit the form. And, if you are under 18 years old, please do not complete this form independently without your parent/guardian’s consent and assistance.
SLU considers the safety and well-being of aspiring models and talent to be a top priority. Please be aware there may be individuals on the internet falsely claiming to be representatives or scouts of SLU or other organizations. If you are contacted by anyone claiming to be a representative of SLU, do not respond without first verifying their identity by promptly calling us directly and we’ll be happy to assist you. Please note that SLU never requests photos from prospective talent in the nude or in lingerie and never requires monetary payment to review your materials or consider you for representation. If you are under 18 years of age and are contacted by someone claiming to represent an agency, always immediately alert your parents or a responsible adult.
Educational Materials & Resources Regarding Sexual Harassment & Eating Disorders
Finally, related to the requirements of California Labor Code §§1700.50 and 1700.51, we are providing the following links for educational materials regarding (a) sexual harassment prevention, retaliation, and reporting resources and FAQs, and (b) nutrition and eating disorders.