Luttrell retires from ICM

Departing agency after 25 years

After 25 years as an agent at ICM, Martha Luttrell announced Tuesday that she is retiring.

Luttrell's clients, who will remain at the agency, include Susan Sarandon, Judy Davis, Sam Shepard and Stephen Rea.

"We have tremendous respect for Martha and what she has accomplished for the agency and her clients," ICM chairman and CEO Jeffrey Berg said. "After working with her for so many years, she will be greatly missed."

Lutrell joined ICM in 1983 when her agency, Robinson/Luttrell and Associates, was sold to ICM.

Prior to that, she worked at Capitol Records, Reprise Records and Imperial Records. Moving from music to film, she worked with director Mike Nichols for five years on such films as "Day of the Dolphin," "Carnal Knowledge," and "Catch 22."
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