Milana Rabkin


Milana Rabkin joined United Talent Agency in August 2010 as an agent in UTAOnline, the dedicated online entertainment practice area housed within UTA’s Digital Media Department. Rabkin focuses on multi-platform storytelling and innovative models for funding and distributing content.

Prior to UTA, Rabkin was a Manager/Coordinator at boutique literary management company Energy Entertainment, where she oversaw several feature, television and digital projects, and represented a number of artists, including  two screenwriters included on the 2009 version of the influential “Black List.”  Rabkin started her career as an assistant at Energy Entertainment in 2007, and then at the William Morris Agency which later became William Morris Endeavor Entertainment (WME2). 

Milana earned her B.A. from the University of California Los Angeles from the Women’s Studies College with a concentration in Critical New Media Literacy.


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