‚ÄúJamie did indeed represent as an agent or manager James Gandolfini (who I currently represent), Lucy Lui, Felicity Huffman, and Jimmy Fallon, who he helped bring to Los Angeles from Albany to get his start. Any inference otherwise is incorrect.”
Speaking of infamous though, Defamer, the gossip blog that’s so famous it’s infamous (really go watch Three Amigos again..such dumb humor, it’s weird we like it so much), has been leading the charge on the “inference otherwise” front ever since it reported back on August 14 that Jamie Gold may not be “as agenty as previously claimed.” In their story then, Defamer shared what someone–who would be best described as “not a Jamie Gold fan”–said about the WSOP champ, including the following:
“I speak for the masses. Please stop Jamie Gold, and his millions of lies.
Jamie Gold never represented any of the people he keeps saying he has. Lies, lies, lies. He was an ASSISTANT, and then a very very junior agent at a small agency in the early 1990’s who MIGHT have taken messages from some of these people, before forwarding them to their real agent.”
A week later though, Defamer eased off the “inferences otherwise,” by publishing a pro-Jamie letter from Lane Davies, a one-time client of Gold.
Until then though, we recommend giving Three Amigos a view while you spruce up your own resume a bit with some harmless name-dropping (really, it does work wonders and no one checks this shit out as long as you don’t become really, really famous) and perhaps spend a little time searching the Internet for photos of Miss America 2006. It’s a blast.