Laura Rosenthal has collaborated with some of today’s most respected directors, producers and visual artists. In 2011 she received the Emmy Award for Best Casting of a Mini-Series for HBO’s “Mildred Pierce.” In 2008, she received Film Independent Spirit’s inaugural Robert Altman Award (Best Ensemble Cast) for Todd Haynes’ I’m Not There. Subsequently, she was inducted into the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. Her other feature credits include The Kids Are All Right, Sweet & Lowdown, Chicago, Wendy & Lucy, Jesus’ Son, Analyze This and Far From Heaven, as well as HBO’s mini-series Mildred Pierce, starring Kate Winslet and the pilot for FX Television’s Rescue Me. Most recently, she cast Paolo Sorrentino’s This Must Be The Place, starring Sean Penn and Oren Movermen’s Rampart starring Woody Harrelson.
Maribeth Fox has been working with some of the industries most talented up-and-coming directors: Shana Feste, Ramaa Mosley, Gavin Wiesen, Keren Atzmon & Joachim Bach whom she cast the Academy Award winning short, The New Tenants.
She also has a passion for teaching, and has taught hundreds of on-camera auditioning classes. Before working in casting, she worked at a talent agency, then transitioned into television production and publicity. As a result, she is able to offer students input and guidance informed by significant experience in both the executive and creative realms of the entertainment industry. Just as she works to help actors develop the tools they need to do what they love, she gets to do what she loves: watching actors discover something new in a scene or book their first real job.