Pete Davidson is stepping down from Brillstein Entertainment Partners

Pete Davidson is stepping down from Brillstein Entertainment Partners ...

EXCLUSIVE: An actor-comedian has broken ways with Deadline. The Saturday Night Live star, who was relegated by ICM Partners, had been at Brillstein for years, and his manager, Tim Sarkes, produced Pete Davidson's standup movies, Pete Davidson: SMD (2016), and Pete Davidson: Alive from New York (2020).

I hear Davidson isn't taking managers meetings right now; it's unclear if he will sign with a new management company soon.

Davidson, who started off as one of the youngest SNL cast members after Weekend Update, has become one of the sketch comedy's most popular stars, most recently with Kim Kardashian. He is currently in his eighth season on SNL, and for the past few years, he has blended the sketch comedy with a varied feature career, including the autobiographical The King of Staten Island, which he co-wrote, executive produced, and appeared in, and the upcoming Bodies Bodies, Meet Cute, Marmaduk

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