Ms. Karolina Sutton

Curtis Brown Group, Ltd.

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Karolina Sutton

Curtis Brown Group, Ltd.

Haymarket House, 28-29 Haymarket,
London SW1Y 4SP
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


General Fiction
Literary Fiction


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11/22/2022 06:19 AM
Karolina is now CAA London
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Patrick (Admin)
10/20/2022 04:18 PM
Profile Update: No longer listed on the agency website. Looks like she is changing agencies. Thanks ShouldIJustPaintInstead
10/20/2022 02:22 PM
Per this tweet,, she is no longer with Curtis Brown.
10/14/2022 08:42 PM
Agent is closed per autoresponse
07/16/2022 02:42 PM
Email Query sent 7/16 to Sabhbh Curran but she doesn't have a page on here, so I'm using Karolina's as a way to remember this one.

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Last Update:
10/20/2022 - No longer listed on the agency website.
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