Elliot Webb exiting ICM

Veteran leaving to pursue other opportunities

Veteran TV lit agent Elliot Webb is departing ICM, where he served as executive vp.

After 35 years as an agent, he is leaving in August to pursue other opportunities in the entertainment industry, possibly switching to management/production.

Webb began his career at ICM in 1974. In 1983, he left ICM and joined Bob Broder and Norman Kurland to form the boutique lit agency Broder Kurland Webb.

The agency -- which eventually became Broder Webb Chervin Silbermann -- was acquired by ICM in 2006.

Webb's client list has included "The X-Files" creator Chris Carter; "Northern Exposure" co-creator Josh Brand; "The Sopranos" alums Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green;, "Law & Order" veteran Walon Green; writers Phoef Sutton, Michael Seitzman, Rob Lotterstein, Chip Johannessen and Barry Kemp; and cartoonist Garry Trudeau.
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