MARTIN SHEEN - DOCUMENT DOUBLE SIGNED 11/01/1974 - HFSID 253190
MARTIN SHEEN Ramon Gerard Estevez, professionally known as Martin Sheen. Partly Printed DS: "Ramon G. Estevez/Martin Sheen", 2p, 8½x14, separate sheets. Los Angeles, 1974 November 1. Creative Management Associates, Inc., Packages Representation Agreement.
Sale Price $306.00
Ramon Gerard Estevez, professionally known as Martin Sheen.
Partly Printed DS: "Ramon G. Estevez/Martin Sheen", 2p, 8½x14, separate sheets. Los Angeles, 1974 November 1. Creative Management Associates, Inc., Packages Representation Agreement. In part: "I hereby engage you, for a term of one (1) year commencing as of the date hereof, and you hereby accept said engagement as my sole and exclusive agent, advisor, manager and representative in all areas of the entertainment, literary and related fields throughout the universe...." After coming to New York from Dayton, Ohio in 1959 when he was 19, Ramon Gerard Estevez changed his name to avoid being typecast in ethnic roles. "Martin" was the name of an agent-friend and, being a devout Catholic, he chose "Sheen" to honor Bishop Fulton J. Sheen. Martin Sheen has starred on Broadway, in motion pictures and on television. The father of actors Charlie Sheen, Emilio Estevez, Ramon Estevez and Renee Estevez, Martin Sheen has been nominated for the Emmy Award five times (2000-2004) for portraying U.S. President Josiah Bartlett on the NBC-TV series, The West Wing. He won the 2001 Golden Globe for his performance. Worn top edge, showing nicks and staple holes. 2 file holes there also. Overall, fine condition.
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