the rep sheet

Morgan among UTA's subjects

Peter Morgan has signed for representation with UTA. The Oscar-nominated and Golden Globe- winning scribe of "The Queen" was repped by ICM. Morgan, who also won a BAFTA for "The Last King of Scotland," is writing a sequel to "The Queen," while the adaptation of his play "Frost/Nixon" is being directed by Ron Howard for Imagine/Working Title and Universal. The writer also just concluded work on "State of Play" for Universal and Working Title and penned "The Other Boleyn Girl," an upcoming release from Sony. Fox 2000 is in negotiations to turn his TV series "The Jury" into a film to be written by Beau Willimon and directed by Marc Forster. Morgan also is repped by U.K. agent Greg Hunt and attorney Alan Hergott. (Carly Mayberry)



Acting trio in APA's lineup

Graham Greene, Chris Kattan and Heather Matarazzo have signed with APA. Greene, an Oscar nominee for "Dances With Wolves," recently wrapped the indie film "Pushing Up Daisies" and has a voice role in the upcoming animated film "The Legend of Secret Pass." He also can be seen in the indie "Breakfast With Scot," which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. His credits include "Transamerica" and the TNT miniseries "Into the West." Graham continues to be repped by manager Susan Smith and the Gary Goddard Agency in Canada. Kattan, best known for his eight seasons on NBC's "Saturday Night Live," next appears in "Christmas in Wonderland" and has a voice role in the upcoming animated "Foodfight!" His credits include the films "Corky Romano" and "A Night at the Roxbury," the latter of which he co-wrote. He continues to be repped by 3 Arts Entertainment and attorney Karl Austen. Matarazzo — who earned an Independent Spirit Award for her film debut, "Welcome to the Dollhouse" — next appears in the Logo series "Exes & Ohs," which premieres Monday. She most recently appeared in the film "Hostel: Part II." Her credits include the "Princess Diaries" films and Showtime's "The L Word." She continues to be managed by Jamie Freed at the Collective and attorney Marcy Morris. (Kimberly Nordyke)
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