Bryan Callen has been dropped by his agents at Creative Artists Agency and Innovative Artists following multiple accusations of sexual assault and misconduct, Page Six can confirm.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the “Goldbergs” star is no longer on the roster for agents Justin Edbrooke and Steve Muller.
A rep for Muller at Innovative Artists told Page Six on Friday that Callen, 53, is “no longer a client.” A rep for CAA also confirmed that the comedian is “no longer a client” at their agency, and declined to comment further.
In July, four women came forward to the LA Times to accuse Callen of rape and sexual misconduct.
He told Page Six at the time, “Let me be very clear: I have never raped, forced myself upon any woman nor offered to trade stage time for sex. EVER. … I know the truth. And I can only hold my head up high, remain true to myself, my family, my audience and know that I will not allow the cancel culture to subvert what I know and as importantly, what these women know, is the truth.”
Callen’s accusers who spoke to the LA Times were Katherine Fiore Tigerman, a former friend who alleged he raped her in 1999, an American Apparel employee who claims the actor assaulted her in 2009, comedian Tiffany King, who accused Callen of asking for fellatio in exchange for stage time and money in 2017, and his alleged mistress Claire Ganshert, who claimed the comedian told her women have a “biological, primal desire to be raped.”
Following the accusations, Callen went on hiatus from his podcast, “The Fighter and the Kid.”
A rep for Callen did not immediately return our request for comment.