Golden Globes: Which Hollywood Agencies Got Shout-Outs in Speeches?

Golden Globes: Which Hollywood Agencies Got Shout-Outs in Speeches?

WME and CAA have one apiece — tied with several smaller firms

Amy Adams devoted the bulk of her acceptance speech at the Golden Globes Sunday night to her manager, Stacy O'Neill of Brillstein Entertainment Partners — a time-honored tradition at these awards shows.

But Adams transformed the tedious and perfunctory into the heartfelt and emotional.

“I thought maybe I'd get a commercial,” Adams said, recalling her move out to Los Angeles 15 years ago. O'Neill quickly noticed her and signed her, and so Adams asked her why.

“I had a feeling,” O'Neill told the actress, who won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy.

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Though Adams thanked O'Neill, she did not thank her team at WME. (Elisabeth Moss took care of that.)

We kept a running tally of the shout-outs, though Megan Ellison probably won that contest.

CAA: 3

Jared Leto thanked Mick Sullivan and Jim Toth, Spike Jonze (above) thanked Bryan Lourd and Cate Blanchett thanked Hylda Queally.

Abrams Artists Agency: 1

Jacqueline Bisset thanked her team there.

WME: 1

Elisabeth Moss thanked Sharon Jackson.

UTA: 1

Alfonso Cuaron thanked Steve Rabineau and Jim Berkus (among others).

3 Arts Entertainment: 1

Amy Poehler thanked Dave Becky.

Brillstein Entertainment Partners: 1

Amy Adams thanked Stacy O'Neill.

Ribisi Entertainment Group: 1

Moss also thanked Gay Ribisi.

Untitled Entertainment: 1

Leto thanked Jason Weinberg.