Horst, Carole
October 2007
Daily Variety;10/5/2007, Vol. 297 Issue 5, pA28
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The article profiles Meredith Fine, a talent agent. One of her clients, Abigail Breslin has received an Oscar nomination for "Little Miss Sunshine." Her first client who scored an Oscar nomination was Haley Joel Osment for the "Sixth Sense." She credits her partners, Brooke Bundy, David Eisenberg and Loch Powell, with finding East Coast and theatrical talent.


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