Actress and singer Dove Cameron has recently made a significant change in her representation by signing with the talent agency WME. This move comes as she prepares to release new music later this year, following the success of her 2020 EP “Bloodshot / Waste.”
Cameron rose to fame with her lead roles in the Disney Channel series “Liv and Maddie” and the “Descendants” movie franchise. She has also released music as a solo artist, showcasing her vocal talent and versatility in genres ranging from pop to rock.In a statement, Cameron expressed her excitement for the new partnership with WME, which represents some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. She also hinted at exploring new opportunities in music, film, and beyond with the help of her new team.
WME co-head of music Samantha Kirby Yoh also welcomed Cameron to the agency, praising her as a multi-talented artist with an incredible voice and star quality. The agency’s extensive network and resources are expected to help Cameron reach new heights in her career, as she continues to evolve and experiment as an artist.
Cameron’s decision to switch from her previous representation at United Talent Agency (UTA) is a significant move in the entertainment industry, and it reflects her confidence in WME’s ability to represent her interests and help her achieve her goals. Overall, Dove Cameron’s signing with WME marks a new chapter in her career, and fans can expect to see more exciting projects from the talented actress and musician in the coming years.