Brillstein Adds Levity’s Alex Goodman, Rachel Helix & Turner Byfuglin As Comedy Managers

EXCLUSIVE: Brillstein Entertainment Partners is expanding its comedy ranks, adding Alex Goodman, Rachel Helix and Turner Byfuglin as managers.

The three join Brillstein from Levity Entertainment Group. Goodman and Helix had been at Levity for about a decade; Helix spent her entire tenure there as a manger, Goodman was promoted to manager seven years ago. Both worked with Turner who was a coordinator at Levity and will become a manager at Brillstein.

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Goodman, Helix and Byfuglin all specialize in comedy, representing more than 30 comedic multi-hyphenates with a focus on comedy touring and other live entertainment.

Joining Goodman, Helix and Byfuglin at Brillstein will be clients Aaron Weber, Andrea Jin, Brandon Rogers, Brian Simpson, Chad Daniels, Che Durena, Chelcie Lynn, Chike Robinson, Deb DiGiovanni, Gianmarco Soresi, Ian Edwards, Jason Cheny, Jessie Jetski Johnson, Jesus Trejo, Joe Dombrowski, JR De Guzman, Kam Patterson, King Hassan, Laura Peek, Lenarr Young, Leslie Liao, Lukas McCrary, Mark Normand, Mark Smalls, Matt Richards, Mike Lawrence, Mx. Dahlia Belle, Pinky Patel, Rosebud Baker, Sam Tallent, Stanzi Potenza, Steve Furey, Willie Hunter and Zach Noe Towers.

“We are thrilled that Alex, Rachel and Turner chose to join us at Brillstein,” said Jon Liebman, Brillstein’s Co-CEO. “They have excellent taste and a strong work ethic. It’s no surprise that they’ve emerged as a dynamic next generation force in the comedy business.”

Goodman, Helix and Byfuglin, who fielded interest from multiple companies, join a growing list of manager hires since Brillstein’s acquisition by Wasserman last fall, including Samantha Stoller, Allie Veneris, Josh Glick, Zac Frognowski and Josh Lieberman.

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