Abrams Artists Agency: Actress Shavon Kirksey is now repped by Marni Rosenzweig and Harold Augenstein. Kirksey most recently booked a reoccurring role in the Rand Ravich pilot, which is currently untitled. She also appeared on the web series Aim High, as well as the recently wrapped Lifetime movie Stalked at 17. Previously, Kirksey had a reoccurring role on the television series Lincoln Heights. She is also repped by Priya Satiani and Robyn Holt of Genesis Entertainment Partners.
ICM Partners: Producer and director Matthew Gross is now repped by Kevin Crotty and Chris von Goetz. Currently, Gross is an Executive Producer on the ABC series Body of Proof. His other producing credits include the television series Dirty Sexy Money and Day Break, as well as the feature film Across The Universe. He is principal of Gross Entertainment.
Paradigm: Actress Ksenia Solo is now repped by Jason Cunningham and Jim Dempsey. Solo’s best known for her roles on the CW television series Life Unexpected and the Canadian series Lost Girl. She has also appeared in the television series Nikita, The Cleaner and Cold Case. Solo played the role of Veronica in the feature film Black Swan.
Paradigm: Director and writer Eric Nazarian is now repped by Mark Ross and Ken Stovitz. Nazarian wrote and directed the feature film The Blue Hour, which premiered at the 2007 San Sebastian International Film Festival where he was nominated for the Altadis New Directors Award. In 2008, he won the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Nicholl Fellowship.
Paradigm: Actress Maude Hirst is now repped by Shawn Scallon. Hirst currently appears as Velga in the History Channel television series The Vikings. Previously, she was on the U.K. series Cash and Curry. She also played Elizabeth’s Lady-in -Waiting on the Showtime series The Tudors.
UTA: Actor Nick Zano is now repped by Billy Lazarus, Ali Benmohamed and Logan Eisenberg. He was previously with ICM. Zano first became known for his role as Vince in the WB series What I Like About You. Most recently, Zano appeared in a reoccurring role as Pete on ABC’s Happy Endings. He has also had reoccurring roles on the television series Cougar Town, Melrose Place, 90210, 7th Heaven and 2 Broke Girls and has appeared in the feature films College, Beverly Hills Chihuahua and The Final Destination, the fourth installment in the Final Destination series.
UTA: Singer, actress and comedian Rachel Crow is now represented by Theresa Peters, Brian Nossokoff and Nikki Wheeler. She was a contestant on the first season of The X-Factor, finishing in fifth place overall. More recently, she appeared on the television series Big Time Rush and Fred: The Show.
Verve: Writing and producing team Matt Ember and Tom Astle are now represented by Bill Weinstein, Bryan Besser and Tanya Cohen. Ember and Astle most recently worked on the animated feature film Epic. They also wrote the features Get Smart, Get Smart’s Bruce and Lloyd Out of Control and Failure to Launch. Their numerous television and producing credits include The Tracy Morgan Show, Odd Man Out, Brother’s Keeper and Titus.
WME Entertainment: Actor Christopher Abbott is now repped by Stephanie Ritz and James Farrell. Abbott’s best known for his role as Charlie Dattolo on the HBO television seriesGirls. Abbott has also appeared on the television series Enlightened, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Nurse Jackie.
WME Entertainment: Writer, director and producer Jorge Dorado is now repped by Rich Cook and Phil D’Amecourt. Dorado’s currently in post-production on his first feature film Mindscape. Dorado has worked extensively as a commercials director and has directed five short films, including La Guerra, which he co-directed with Luis Berdejo and which was nominated for a Goya for Best Spanish Short Film.
WME Entertainment: Screenwriter and producer Dean Georgaris is now repped by Danny Greenberg, David Karp and Marc Korman. Most recently, Georgaris produced such films as Life of Pi, The Crazies and What Happens in Vegas. His screenwriting credits include Tristan & Isolde, The Manchurian Candidate, Paycheck and Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Cradle of Life.
WME Entertainment: Director, actor and producer Robert Duncan McNeil is now repped by Richard Weitz, Scott Seidel and David Stone. McNeil is best known for his role as Lieutenant Tom Paris on the television series Star Trek: Voyager. Most recently, McNeil has directed episodes of such series as Supernatural, 666 Park Avenue, Chuck and White Collar. His directing credits also include Dawson’s Creek, Star Trek: Enterprise and Star Trek: Voyager.
Anonymous Content: Writer and producer Randy Brown is now repped by Alex Goldstone and Rosalie Swedlin. Brown’s television pilot Last Stop Savannah is currently in development at CBS. Previously, he wrote the Clint Eastwood film Trouble With The Curve. His feature screenplay Jesse Holley, based on the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver, was recently acquired by Sony Pictures.
Caliber Media Co/Verve: Writer and producer Jessica Conrad is now repped by Will Rowbotham. Conrad was a writer and producer on Saturday Night Live from 2008 until last year. She also just signed with Bill Weinstein, Felicia Bargman and Aaron Hart at Verve for agency representation.
Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment: Actress Carly Craig is now repped by Josh Goldenberg. Previously, Craig was with Gersh. Craig most recently appeared as Felicia on the web series Burning Love and she appeared in the feature film Three Stooges. Her previous credits include roles in the feature films Hall Pass and Role Models.
Madhouse Entertainment: Horror director and screenwriter Drew Daywalt is now repped by Ryan Cunningham. In addition to his Youtube channel, The Daywalt Fear Factor, Daywalt is currently directing the horror web series, Camera Obscura, for MWG Entertainment and the web series Dread Central. His previous credits include the television series Death Valley, the television movie Leprechaun’s Revenge, and the feature film Stark Raving Mad.
Image Management Public Relations: Actress Mary McDonnell is now repped by Alex Spieller. McDonnell is best known for her roles on such feature films as Dances with Wolves, Independence Day and Donnie Darko. Currently, she appears on the TNT series Major Crimes playing Captain Sharon Raydor, which is a spin-off of her role on The Closer. She also starred as President Lauren Roslin on SyFy’s Battlestar Galactica and she received Academy Award nominations for her roles in the feature films Dances With Wolves and Passion Fish.