CADILLAC KIMBERLY SIGNS WITH WILLIAM MORRIS & BARRY KATZ ENT.
(ATLANTA) October 9, 2012 - Comedian, writer and award-winning vlogger Cadillac Kimberly has signed with the William Morris Agency, she announced today.
The Boston-born Atlanta resident, who's best known for her feisty pop culture commentary on YouTube, is also managed by veteran comedy talent manager Barry Katz, who's shaped the careers of Dave Chappelle, Tracy Morgan, Jay Mohr, Dane Cook, Faizon Love, Bill Bellamy and many more.
As a result of this new deal, Kimberly has various projects in development, including a 10-city stand-up tour that is set to kick off in 2013.
"I'm beyond elated and grateful to be represented by such a prestigious agency as William Morris and having the legendary, brilliant Barry Katz as my Manager," says Kimberly, born Kimberly Ann Freeman. "I'm also excited about the quality projects that we are working on collectively and I can't wait to present our anxiously awaiting audience with true entertainment! There's no limit to what we can and will accomplish."
"I am excited about the future for Cadillac Kimberly," says Katz. "Managing new artists and taking them to the highest levels is my specialty. I believe in Cadillac's talent. Together we cannot fail."
Kimberly got her first taste of stand-up comedy in 1998 after comedian Bruce Bruce called her to the stage at an Atlanta comedy club where she delivered an impromptu set that left the audience in tears. Years later, she began a career at Radio One Atlanta as an intern, moving up to correspondent for "The Steve Harvey Morning Show" and then producer of "The Best of Steve Harvey Saturdays." After six years at Radio One, Kimberly left and started her YouTube vlog, which has drawn over 3 million views for her hilarious and controversial "According to Me" series that includes the scathing "Bishop Eddie Long" viral video that set the Internet ablaze.
For more information on Cadillac Kimberly, visit www.cadillackimberly.com or on YouTube at