The sardonic comic has turned to Gary Farrow, who also handles media for Elton John and Jonathan Ross.
Farrow will focus on promoting Dee’s upcoming autobiography, Thanks for Nothing. He has been called in by Transworld Publishers.
Farrow said: ‘Jack has an element of mystique about him. I’ll be targeting the serious press – broadsheets, GQ, that sort of thing. This is Jack’s autobiography – you can’t trivialise something like that.’
Dee is the latest addition to Farrow’s growing client stable of comedians. He took on Michael McIntyre and Alan Carr in March.
Dee’s autobiography will be published on 15 October.