Julia Irzyk, The Library Agency owner and head agent, is our guest in today’s session. Julia talks about how the landscape is changing for her business and clients with Covid, the WGA/agency battle, and how to survive it all.Writers Group Therapy – Session 119 – Interview with Julia Irzyk, Head Agent & Owner – The Library Agency
The Library Agency: https://www.thelibraryagency.com
About Julia Irzyk
Julia Irzyk is a Los Angeles based talent agent and attorney. A Texan, she moved out to Los Angeles in 2002, and prior to her work as an agent, Julia worked at multiple casting offices in Los Angeles as a session runner and associate. Julia opened The Library Agency (slogan “We Book”) on May 15, 2017.
A graduate of The University of Texas (B.A. 1999) and Georgetown University Law Center (J.D. 2002), Julia co-authors a disability law treatise “Disabilities and the Law (4th Edition)” published by Thomson Reuters West, for which she releases new updates twice annually. Julia’s specialties are special education law and disability discrimination in employment. She also does pro bono special education advocacy work.
Julia and her husband, Bryan, an actor and comedian, have been married since January 2012, although they celebrate their anniversary as their first date in August 2005. They have a cat named Disney, who does tricks.