Susan Ferris is CEO of the Bohemia Group, an International Management Group, representing talent across the entertainment landscape, including a number of musicians and acting talent. A Boston native with a degree in theater and film from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Ferris found herself where many others have feared to tread, in the heart of the entertainment industry: Hollywood.
Alison Buck is the Executive VP at Bohemia Group managing clients on both coasts in the U.S. and around the world. From series regulars to actors just starting in the business, Bohemia likes to think they keep actors' feet on the ground without killing their dreams. Working in both management and casting has allowed Alison to be a control freak in multiple areas which she likes.
Kat Seigworth grew up in the boondocks of central Illinois before her Dad’s work moved the whole family to Southern California in 1996. She has learned to adjust and even appreciate city living, so long as she can get out for at least a weekend every few months into the middle of nowhere.
Jerrold Rhee joined Bohemia back in 2015. His brother-in-law, Zach James, at the time was a manager there and Jerrold was looking to make a move from Evolution Entertainment so that he could spend more time attending to his children, especially his 3 year old special needs daughter.
Justin Ross began his film career as a screenwriter. Mr. Ross’ script, THE ANSWER, was made into a short by Nebula Films in 2007. In 2008, he joined Intrinsic Value Films as a Creative Executive. During his tenure at Intrinsic, he secured relationships with top talent, including Scott Free Productions and the estates of two of his favorite authors Ray Bradbury and Philip K. Dick.
Tom Cook is a Midwest native who has lived in Los Angeles for over a decade. He started his career as an agent with Sovereign Talent Group before becoming a manager so he could have a more hands on relationship with his clients. When he’s not working he enjoys cycling, spending time with his wife and their pug, Mushu, and reading everything he can get his hands on.
Aaron Sacks grew up in San Diego. He was introduced to the entertainment industry through his Uncle and mentor, Stephen Brown, who produced such films as Devil, Advocate, Se7en, and The Fugitive. Aaron is also a big sports fan and loves dogs and the beach.
Joe Girard began his entertainment career in Worcester MA where he grew up and started in radio broadcasting; eventually working ON AIR in markets like Modesto, Sacramento, Greenville, and Charleston, S.C. He spent 10+ years working with some of the biggest TOP40 brands & music labels in the country before heading west to Los Angeles.
Ron Smith is a talent management powerhouse at Bohemia Group, an international management firm that recently celebrated its 31st year in the entertainment industry.
Vinny is a manager and producer at Bohemia Group in West Hollywood. This is something that he kind of stumbled upon after making his cross country trip to Los Angeles from his hometown of Staten Island, New York in late 2019. Since that time he has made some exciting connections and movements throughout the film, music and entertainment industry as a whole.
Corey Ralston has been involved with entertainment since the age of seven as a child actor in L.A. He then went on to pursue talent management in 2000 and again in 2017. He is currently repping kids and young adults at Bohemia Group.
Adréana Robbins is a literary talent manager, author and producer. Joining Bohemia Group in 2018, she represents an international clientele of award-winning screenwriters and filmmakers, working in film and T.V.
Brian Judy is a literary manager and independent producer. Since joining Bohemia Group in 2019, Brian has been on the search for compelling stories with complex and complicated characters. He is particularly drawn to diverse voices who introduce us to unique perspectives.
Swiss-American in Berlin. Manager. Producer. Tamed Shrew - Nothing reincarnation won't cure. Alex reps actors, writers and directors, linking international multi-lingual talent from Europe with the US Industry. And vice versa. Serendipity led Alex to London one fine day in June 2018, where the ‘recovering Bohemian’ was finally reunited with her long lost tribe.
Sax Carr is a former comedian, producer and writer... now manager. Carr works with everyone from influencers to on-camera.
Andras Jones entered the industry as a teen actor in the late 1980’s playing major roles in popular film and TV series like “A Nightmare On Elm Street” and “Saved By The Bell”. Before joining Bohemia as a client Jones toured the continent and put out multiple albums solo and with his band The Previous.
Hugh Cha is Director of the Asia Division, as well as a Talent Manager and Producer for Bohemia Group, representing talents and producing projects across the United States and Asia.
Michele Peacock made the move over to management so that she could do what she loves best - manage talent, while having the freedom to spread her wings and produce again! Michele's background and many years of experience as a talent/literary agent at Eris Talent Agency and Managing Talent Agent at Andreadis Talent Agency NYC has enabled her to take clients from development all the way to series regulars.
Stewart was born and raised in England (UK). He’s been living in Oregon (USA) since 2011. He brings a wealth of experience, an international network, and true passion for the music industry to Bohemia. He started working in the music industry at the age of 18 as a DJ in local bars & pubs playing a variety of music (Pop/Rock/Ska/Reggae/Dance). Over the next few years, he was also a music venue promoter and started his career in managing artists. The first band Stewart managed was 'In2It' - A Birmingham based rock band. This was the first band he presented to a major label, 'Virgin Records' London.
Leorah Haberfield began her career in entertainment in Media Buying and later while managing a professional child actor of her own went on to producing and directing monthly cabaret shows in NYC featuring kids from the Broadway community. She went on to work in Broadway General Management and also started a summer theatre intensive for young performers in The Berkshires.