Justine Hunt

Senior VP Talent, Theatrical
NTA Talent Agency

Justine Hunt, Senior Vice President of Talent, Theatrical Division, at NTA Talent Agency in Los Angeles, stands at the forefront of talent representation in the ever-evolving entertainment industry. With its inception in 1999 by Nick Terzian, NTA Talent Agency quickly ascended as a leading SAG-franchised agency, renowned for its comprehensive and exclusive services. The agency’s divisions span Commercial, Theatrical, Print, Digital Media, and Celebrity Endorsements, alongside its sister agency, NTA Model Management, which specializes in fashion, beauty, lifestyle, fitness, and top industry influencers.

Before her tenure at NTA, Justine cultivated a rich career as a TV/Film agent at Herb Tannen & Associates for over nine years, where she played a pivotal role in launching and nurturing the careers of numerous acclaimed actors, including Brad Garrett, Alyson Hannigan, Giovani Ribisi, Emile Hirsch, and Amanda Bynes.

Justine’s journey in the entertainment sphere further extended to her 26-year ownership and partnership at Hines and Hunt Entertainment, a Management/Production company instrumental in fostering the talents of TV and film stars. Returning to her roots in agenting, she now leads the Theatrical Department at NTA, where her expertise continues to guide and elevate the careers of clients such as Martin Sensmeier, Isaac Arellanes, Jermelle Simon, Steve Monroe, Brandon Lee, Jordan Nolan, Derek Hinkey, Constance Nunes, Tanisha Harper, Josh Server, Stormee Kipp, and Ashley Callingbull — the first Indigenous woman to win Miss Universe and recently featured in Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue.

Additionally, as a member of the Television Academy of Arts and Sciences, Justine is actively involved in shaping the future of television, affirming her commitment to excellence and innovation in the arts.

Through her visionary leadership and deep-rooted passion for the arts, Justine Hunt not only contributes to the landscape of contemporary entertainment but also opens doors for the next generation of international artists.