Beverly Hills, California – 3 May 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
UniversalTalent International announced the signing of screenwriter NATHANIEL KENYON of Statesboro, Georgia. Mr. Kenyon, who was a semi-finalist in the 2010 season of “America’s Got Talent”, grabbed our attention with his first feature-length screenplay “The Incarnation”, a horror story that takes place in a rural town in the deep South.
“I am delighted to welcome Nathaniel as one of the brightest young emerging talents I’ve discovered,” stated Gary Brant, CEO of UTI. “He has produced a first work that is intricate, clever and speaks to the fascination America has with good and evil”.
Nathaniel Kenyon commented, “I’ve been a killer, I’ve walked on the moon and played Texas Hold Em’ with gangsters from New York. I’ve experienced death sixteen times, escaped it forty three. I’ve jumped off a cliff twice, once with a parachute and once with hopes of a perfect dive into the water below. I’ve seen the days of segregation and rode in a flying car. You would assume I’m lying at first glance of these claims, but I’m really not.” Kenyon continued, “Falling in love with a story, characters, as you create it is one of the most amazing things I’ve ever experienced…and being given the ability to share that is a true blessing. I am very excited and thankful to announce that I will be represented as a young new screenwriter by UTI in Beverly Hills, CA. I have very high hopes for the future of my career and I have amazing faith in UTI, it’s drive and plan of attack”.
Kenyon summarized,”I’m a kid who wants to tell people stories…glad I’m gonna get to do that. Thank you to all who have supported me, and thank you to UTI”.