It’ll be anything but a “Gleeful” holiday season of a team of managers and agents previously employed by small screen stunner Dianna Agron.
Agron, who plays head cheerleader Quinn Fabray on FOX’s musical hit Glee, has fired the management team that helped her land a coveted role alongside showbiz icon Cher and pop powerhouse Christina Aguilera in the movie musical Burlesque.
Sources tell The New York Post’s PageSix Gossip Column that Dianna been unhappy with the guidance of manager Lena Roklin and her representatives at the Gersh Agency and opted to switch to top talent firm the William Morris Endeavor Company “around a month ago.” The management shakeup comes after a series of disagreements over the direction of Dianna’s career, shortly after a controversy surrounding the racy pictures of Agron two of her Glee castmates in the Nov. issue of GQ Magazine.
“She is delighted with the success of Glee and her role. But she parted ways with them around a month ago. Dianna has been working as an actress since she was a child, she is smart and has a strong grasp on where her career is going.”