Brillstein-Grey Rebrands

Artist representation company Brillstein-Grey Entertainment has been renamed Brillstein Entertainment Partners.

The company, which reps actors, writers, directors and authors, as well as managing Carlos Mencia, has been renamed to pay homage to founder Bernie Brillstein, according to a statement. Brillstein founded The Brillstein Company in 1969 and it was rebranded Brillstein-Grey in 1991 to acknowledge owner Brad Grey.

Grey exited in 2005 when he was named chairman and CEO of Paramount Motion Picture Group. Partners Jon Liebman and Cynthia Pett-Dante acquired the company that July.

"Our new name respects the company’s history and represents how we are collaborating to build upon it," the partners said in a joint statement.