The Matchbook Company Hires VP of Casting

Jennifer Berry, whose 25 years of experience spans Glamor, Cosmopolitan, Elle and Self, will serve in the newly created role.

STRIKE A MATCH: The Matchbook Company took the fashion route to find its new vice president of casting, hiring Jennifer Berry whose 25 years of experience spans Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Elle and Self. In this newly-created post, she oversees all bookings for celebrity and editorial models, actors and what the agency referred to as “real people.” Based in New York, she heads up the casting division and reports to founder Kristi McCormick. Berry, who exited Glamour as bookings editor in 2011 to spend time with her family, helped Hilary Rhoda, Lara Stone, Amber Valletta and Carolyn Murphy on in their careers.

Berry assumes some of the responsibilities handled by Morgan Evans who left Matchbook in to join Amazon as casting director.

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