Monica Villarreal has joined Anonymous Content as manager and producer

Exclusive: Monica Villarreal has joined the talent division of Anonymous Content as a manager and producer. He will be based in both the company’s New York and Los Angeles offices.

Born in Chicago, Mexico to Mexican-American parents, Villarreal began his career in the talent department at WME in New York before moving into documentary talent and literary management, eventually rising to talent manager and eventually partner.

Her client list includes Emmy-nominated actress Moses Ingram (Queen’s Gambit, Obi-Wan Kenobi), Jasmine Savoy Brown (scream, yellow jacket), Celeste O’Connor (Madam Webb, Ghostbusters), Sasha Calle (FlashShaunette Renee Wilson (Indiana Jones, Washington Black), Miles Robbins (Blocker, Halloween), Yadira Guevara Prep (Star Trek: Discovery, see), and sea cucumber (Three-body problem), among others.

“Monica is a strong advocate for racial justice, the intersection of meaningful representation and entertainment, and more importantly, our society. His passion for the depth and nuance of storytelling has elevated and shaped his clients’ careers and created a lasting impact on the audiences whose stories they reach,” said Tony Lipp of Anonymous Content. “In addition, he is an incredibly thoughtful and skilled manager – we couldn’t be more excited for him to join Anonymous Content and his dedication and drive to the company.”

From an early age, Villarreal has been driven by his deep desire to see people who look like his Black and Brown community represented in nuanced, three-dimensional ways in film, TV, and theater.

Outside of his career as a talent manager, he also serves as a board member of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation – an award-winning nonprofit organization that identifies, inspires, prepares and connects Latino leaders in the classroom, community and workforce, and the annual Hispanic at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Heritage Awards – along with Color of Change, an organization committed to advancing racial equity in Hollywood.

“It’s never been more important to create content that three-dimensionally reflects the way the world actually looks, and to give marginalized creatives the agency and autonomy to tell our own stories. What we’re seeing is that group deserves to come from lived experience and with equitable pay and credit to boot,” Villarreal said.

“My work goes beyond representation. It’s about equitably creating opportunities to discover and celebrate cultural nuances. That authenticity, specificity and immense scope for storytelling that impact all audiences for the better So, I can’t think of a more collaborative or forward-thinking team than the anonymous content directors and producers, and I’m thrilled to join their ranks and continue to work with my clients to tell meaningful stories,” he added.

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