Don Buchwald & Associates/Fortitude: Veteran film and television actor Tom Skerritt is now repped by Michael McConnell and Ben Press. He was previously at Gersh. Skerritt’s best known for his roles in the television series Picket Fences and for the feature films MASH, Alien, A River Runs Through it, Contact and Top Gun. Skerritt’s numerous credits in film and television include roles in Steel Magnolias, Harold & Maude and Up in Smoke, as well as the series Cheers, Brothers & Sisters, and Leverage. More recently, he appeared on the series The Grid and Homeland Security and he appeared as himself in the feature Ted.
Gersh: Producer, writer and director Felicia D. Henderson is now repped by Jeff Greenberg. Henderson’s writing and producing credits include such series as Fringe, Gossip Girl, Everybody Hates Chris, Soul Food, Moesha and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
ICM Partners: Writing team Nathan Miller and Bill Kirchen are now repped by Melissa Orton. They were previously repped by Orton at APA. They are best known for their zombie thriller web series Project S.E.R.A which they wrote for IGN.
ICM Partners: New Zealand actress, comedian and musician Madeleine Sami is now repped by Logan Eisenberg and Kevin Crotty. Sami’s best known for her comedy series Super City, for which she won Best Performance by an Actress at 2011 AFTA Awards. Her credits in New Zealand also include the soap Shortland Street and Sione’s Wedding.
Paradigm: Actor Daniel Stern is now repped by Erwin More, Jim Dempsey & Ken Stovitz. He was previously at APA. Stern is best known for his roles in the first two Home Alone films as well as the feature films Diner and City Slickers. His numerous credits in film and television include the features C.H.U.D and Little Monsters, as well as the series Dilbert and Workaholics. He also directed the feature film Rookie of The Year and he was the narrator of the television series The Wonder Years.
Resolution: Screenwriter Clive Dawson is now repped by Abram Nalibotsky. Dawson most recently wrote Ruairi Robinson’s picture, Last Day on Mars. Previous credits include the feature film The Bunker and the U.K. television series The Casualty and The Bill.
Resolution: Writer, director and producer John Pogue is now repped by Abram Nalibotsky. Pogue most recently wrote and directed The Quiet Ones, which is set to be released later this year. His previous credits include Quarantine 2: Terminal, Rollerball, The Skulls and U.S. Marshals.
Resolution: Actress and former fashion model Joy Bryant is now repped by Steve Alexander. Currently, Bryant stars on the NBC series Parenthood. Previously, she had a reoccurring role on ER. Her other credits include the feature films Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins, Get Rich or Die Tryin’, The Skeleton Key, Antwone Fisher and Bobby.
Talentworks: Renowned actor, singer and dancer Ben Vereen is now repped by Joel Dean. In addition to his extensive film and television career, Vereen has appeared in numerous Broadway productions, most recently in the show Wicked. His film and television work includes the landmark television miniseries Roots as well as guest starring roles on How I Met Your Mother and Star Trek: The Next Generation.
WME Entertainment: Producer Kirk D’Amico is now repped by Deborah McIntosh. Currently the President and CEO of Myriad Pictures, D’Amico’s producing credits include such films as Margin Call, Salvation Boulevard, Dark Matter, Jeepers Creepers 2, Kinsey and The Good Girl.
WME Entertainment: Writing team Karen Mccullah Lutz & Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith are now repped by Adriana Alberghetti, Greg Hodes, Alicia Gordon, Sharon Jackson and Roger Green. Their most recent credits include the feature films One for The Money, The Ugly Truth and The House Bunny. Previous credits include 10 Things I Hate About You, Ella Enchanted, She’s The Man and Legally Blonde.
WME Entertainment: Los Angeles mayor and politician Antonio Villaraigosa is now repped by literary agent Mel Berger. Villaraigosa served as national co-chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and he was Chairman of the 2012 Democratic National Convention. He was also a member of the California State Assembly and Los Angeles City Council.
3 Arts Entertainment: Producer and writer Evan Katz is now repped by Erwin Stoff & Oly Obst. Katz has most recently produced and written episodes of the television series Body of Proof, Awake and The Event. Previously, he was an executive producer and writer on the Fox series 24, for which he won a 2006 primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series.
Industry Entertainment/CAA: Up and coming screenwriter Dan Dollar is now repped by Michael Botti at Industry Entertainment, as well as Jon Cassir and Alexandra Trustman at Creative Artists Agency.
Kritzer Levine Wilkins Griffin Nilon Entertainment: Actor Ben Weber is now repped by Adam Griffin. Weber most recently starred in the ABC Family series The Secret Life of the American Teenager. Previously, he appeared in such series as The West Wing, Everwood and Sex and the City.
Mosaic: Australian actor Patrick Brammall is now repped by Josh Rudnick and Dan McManus. Among Brammall’s credits are the Australian television series The Alice and Canal Road. Most recently, he appeared in the sketch comedy show The Elegant Gentleman’s Guide to Knife Fighting.
Zero Gravity Entertainment: Producer, writer and director Ernie Barbarash is now repped by Mark Holder and Will Allen. Barbarash’s recent directing credits include the films Six Bullets and Assassination Games. Previously, he wrote and directed Stir of Echoes: The Homecomingand co-produced American Psycho.