Our very own talent pool.
Christian started his career in 1988 in Chicago, which was nothing like the musical, before heading to Tinseltown in 1990 to make his dreams come true. As an alumnus of the Triad Artists mail room, delivering packages in Armani suits he could not afford, he worked with such legends as Hylda Queally and Nicole David. He then met Lorraine Hamilton, widely known as the nicest lady in showbusiness. Disoriented by jetlag, lorazepam and a good Bordeaux, she apparently offered him a job. He joined her in London shortly thereafter in June 1993. He worked his way up from assistant to agent, company director, partner and in 2008 became the managing director. He is extremely proud to carry on Lorraine's tradition.
The dapperest of young men about town, before developing his magnificent client list, Christopher worked for a theatre producer. Christopher has been likened to All About Eve (..once or twice...ahem) - so fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy night.
She ran a little cake shop for a few years, but then decided to go back to studying.
Renoo has been with us since Jan 2002. Impeccably polite yet somehow menacing, we all do exactly what she tells us to do. And so should you.
When she realised knee high socks were strictly forbidden at school and ‘light as a feather, stiff as a board’ really didn’t work, she thought it best to get some form of fall-back education and started a Drama degree at the University of Kent.
Madeleine charmed her way into Hamilton Hodell in 2007, starting in the commercials division before joining Michael Symons’ team. When Michael retired to look after his daughter, fake news circulated that she had paid him not to return in exchange for full control of his list. At time of publication, Madeleine was unavailable for comment on this...
Working as a double act, Madeleine and Sian co-Agent their list of clients and as a result have been known to do cringey things like finish each other's sentences or turn up in colour co-ordinated outfits. Madeleine has even cultivated a very passable Australian accent.
India went to National Youth Theatre in the same year as one of her clients.
While reciting a monologue in front of an ensemble of extraordinarily gifted student actors, she realised she was actually rather terrible, so reluctantly she handed over the baton of fame and glory (otherwise hers!) to the client who - just to be rude - then won an Olivier award. OK - he would probably have done fine without her baton but she constantly guilt-trips him about it anyway.
Aside from being generally fantastic at almost everything, India sings as a chorister and loves touring the country for the finest banoffee pie. She also has yellow eyes, so don't look in them, lest you fall under her spell.
Alexander Cooke is a Leeds native who made his mark in showbiz at the tender age of 3, playing a young king at the West Yorkshire Playhouse. He has never lost that regal bearing. As a teenager, he went on to star in CASUALTY (exhibit A for the prosecution - at 6:00) and many other TV productions. He took early retirement at 16 and now focuses on the other side of the camera.
It is strongly suspected that he actually paid someone to interrupt his job interview to tell us how wonderful he is.
The office boomerang, Sian hails from Australia and has bounced in and out of the HH family since 2008, providing cover and confusing everyone over the pronunciation of her name (it's See-Anne). A previously dedicated commitment-phobe, she worked through jobs in casting, TV production and even the heady heights of advertising until the Friday drinks trolley became a thing of the past. Although a love of travel persists, like any good boomerang she always returns to her two first loves - talent management and London. At HH she is thrilled to have found a merger of the two.
Working as a double act, Maddie and Sian co-Agent their list of clients and as a result have been known to do cringey things like finish each other's sentences or turn up in colour co-ordinated outfits. Maddie has even cultivated a very passable Australian accent.
Three broken sofas later and procrastination over his theme tune meant he decided to pursue the much tougher, yet more exciting profession of talent management!
Josh found his way to HH after studying law at Nottingham Law School but decided to swap legal practice for legal dramas and has never looked back.
However, after the heartbreaking realisation that this probably wasn’t for her, she left the tartan backdrop of Edinburgh for the bright lights of New York City to study and further hone her love for the business they call Show. Missing her home comforts she hopped on a plane to London where she spends her time eating spaghetti bolognese and straightening her hair.
...but it turns out those hips did lie and Saffron realised belly dancing probably wasn't for her.
After studying Theatre and Performance at the University of Leeds, Saffron shimmied home to London to do a stint in theatre administration before setting her sights on HH.
Having been taken under the wing of Alexander Cooke, Saffron hung up her dancing shoes and has never looked back. Swanning the office, you'll probably find her mimicking Cookie's northern accent or having a good old natter with Jules at the front desk.
Born and bred in West London, Lola cast her web further afield and studied Psychology at the University of Manchester before travelling around South America to “find herself".
Having found nothing short of a hangover she returned to London and truly found her home at HH. At first the General Assistant, she now makes up one third of the dream team that is Maddie Dewhirst and Sian Smyth's office.
Joseph worked in Fashion PR at Starworks Group for 5 years. He then worked as a personal publicist for actors in Film, Television and Theatre.
Having accumulated the perfect requisite skills, he landed on his feet as a member of the Commercials and Voice-over division at HH.
Once she realised stranger’s feet aren’t quite as exciting as the name badge that came with it, she decided to try dancing instead.
After training at The Urdang Academy and then sailing around Asia for 2 years as a dancer (managing to get the name badge in there too) she decided that might not be for her either and set her sights on the world of Talent Management.
Trading the dog life for the high life, he's been brightening our door for many a year. Indeed his first-ever job out of university was with Hamilton Hodell before he roamed away to dabble in the occult arts of Production and Business Affairs at Carnival Films and Channel 4.
He returned to us in due course, complete with an MBA in one hand and a protein shake in the other. He's still not a labrador, but he does like belly rubs.