Prior to launching Myles Entertainment as a broad-based entertainment company, Myles spent over twelve years with N.S. Bienstock, Inc. representing prominent television & radio personalities, producers of network, cable and syndicated television, as well as production companies specializing in non-scripted and factual television programming.
Before joining N.S. Bienstock, he was Director, Talent & Production at Abandon Entertainment, evaluating and developing talent and properties for use in TV, film, music, and theatrical production. Films included Oxygen, starring future Academy Award Winner for Best Actor, Adrien Brody & Maura Tierney - directed by Richard Shepard; and Pros and Cons, starring Larry Miller and Tommy Davidson. He also managed music personalities including Aaron Hall, an MCA/Universal multi-platinum recording artist.
Previous to Abandon Entertainment, he was an agent with Irvin Arthur Associates in Beverly Hills, an agency specializing in comedy & live-entertainment representing artists such as Jim Carrey, Ellen DeGeneres, Bill Maher, Cedric the Entertainer, D.L Hughley, Kevin Pollak, and Sandra Bernhard as well as The Troika Organization (Starlight Express - Las Vegas Hilton), Dick Foster Productions (Spellbound - Harrah's Las Vegas), and Jean Ann Ryan Productions (Kloster/Norwegian Cruise Lines).
Earlier he was General Manager of The Laugh Factory on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood - a famous proving ground for up and coming and established comedic talent and home to FOX's "Comic Strip Live." Previous experiences include working in production at Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous, and KLSX-FM's "Frazer Smith After Midnight" radio show in Los Angeles.
Myles graduated Magna Cum Laude from Temple University with a BBA in Business Law and an MBA in General & Strategic Management and was recipient of the J. Hazen Hardy, Jr. Award as the outstanding undergraduate in his major. He was also inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma - The International Business Honor Fraternity.