Pirates of the Caribbean star Naomie Harris appoints Liz Matthews PR

Pirates of the Caribbean star Naomie Harris has called in Liz Matthews PR to help raise her profile.

Naomie Harris: in Pirates of the Caribbean
Naomie Harris: in Pirates of the Caribbean

The British actress famed for her roles in 28 Days Later and Miami Vice has recently starred in Danny Boyle’s Frankenstein at the National Theatre alongside Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller.

Liz Matthews PR will handle Harris’ publicity at a busy time for the actress. She previously worked with The Outside Organisation on her PR.

The agency will be responsible for Harris' PR in the UK and the rest of the world, except US where she is represented by IDPR.

It aims to not only promote her acting work but also introduce Harris to fashion labels.

She reportedly met with Sam Mendes, the director of the forthcoming James Bond film, and is in final stages of negotiations to play 007’s co-star Miss Moneypenny.

If Harris gets the role she will be starring alongside Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes and Judi Dench.

 


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