Indian American Tech Power Couple Aarthi Ramamurthy and Sriram Krishnan Signed by WME Talent Agency
- The husband-wife duo host a recurring audio show on Clubhouse, where she is Head of International.
Aarthi Ramamurthy, head of International at Clubhouse, and her husband Sriram Krishnan, a general partner at the Silicon Valley venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, have been signed by WME, a well-known talent agency. The tech power couple has been hosting a recurring audio show ‘The Good Time Show’ on Clubhouse. The show, one of the earliest on the platform, has attracted several prominent guests, including Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Coinbase co-founder Brian Armstrong, and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, among others.
Variety reported that the WME will work with the couple “in areas including film and television development, as well as publishing and podcasting projects.”
In a tweet, Krishnan wrote that he’s “excited for this” with his wife. “We want to do a lot of storytelling and content around founders and the positive impact of technology.”
Ramamurthy is the founder and CEO of Lumoid, an online retail hub for buying and renting the latest in tech gear. During her three-and-a-half-year stint at Facebook, Ramamurthy led the company’s product efforts for its communities product group, creator monetization, and digital payments products. Prior to Facebook, Ramamurthy had stints at Netflix and Microsoft. She was hired by Microsoft as one of their youngest product managers and has built products such as Xbox LIVE and Netflix’s video streaming software.
Krishnan is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, investing across consumer and crypto startups. He leads the firm’s stake in companies like Hopin and Bitski and was a personal early investor in ventures including the celebrity cash-generator Cameo, Figma and Notion. He’s also held positions at Twitter, Facebook and Snap.