PARIS — “I’ve always felt like I had a slick mouth,” Kendall Werts said, sitting in a booth in the lobby bar of the Park Hyatt off Place Vendôme in Paris. “The reason people like me is because of the authenticity, the spontaneity of what actually comes out.”
He likes to tell a story, or more accurately, to create it and spin it. “I can pretty much make lemonade out of oranges,” he said.
Mr. Werts sipped a cup of tea with honey, perhaps to soothe his voice, a bit tired from working overtime as he chaperoned a handful of his clients at the Jeffries, his up-and-coming talent agency, from one
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