Thomas signs with the Gersh Agency

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Henry Thomas has signed with the Gersh Agency for representation in all areas. Thomas recently appeared in TNT's anthology series "Nightmares and Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King," opposite Ron Livingston. He next appears in Alan Cumming's film "Suffering Man's Charity," opposite Cumming, David Boreanaz, Carrie Fisher and Anne Heche, and the feature "The Deal," opposite Penelope Ann Miller and Dean Stockwell. He recently wrapped filming Michael Landon Jr.'s "The Last Sin Eater." His credits include "Legends of the Fall" and "Gangs of New York." He continues to be managed by Brillstein-Grey Entertainment.

Harold Perrineau has signed with APA. Perrineau, who plays Michael on ABC's "Lost," has a list of credits including HBO's "Oz" as well as the features "The Matrix Reloaded," "The Matrix Revolutions," "The Best Man" and Baz Luhrmann's "Romeo + Juliet." He continues to be managed by Stacy Abrams.

Also signing with APA is Marguerite Moreau, who has been recurring as Suzanne on ABC's "What About Brian." She also has appeared in the features "Easy," "Runaway Jury," "Queen of the Damned" and "Wet Hot American Summer." Moreau continues to be managed by Heather Reynolds and Graciella Sanchez.

Christopher Wiehl also has signed with APA. Wiehl most recently appeared in the NBC pilot "Community Service," opposite Jay Mohr, which had been in contention for the 2006-07 season. His credits also include CBS' "Love Monkey," opposite Jason Priestley, Larenz Tate and Tom Cavanagh, and ESPN's "Playmakers." Wiehl is managed by Mark Armstrong at Sanders Armstrong, and his attorney is Jeff Bernstein.

Valery Ortiz has signed with Abrams Artists Agency. The actress plays Madison Duarte on the N's "South of Nowhere" and recently appeared in the feature "Date Movie." She is managed by Sheila Crawford at Spectrum Prods.

Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins has signed with Randy Cabrera and Jack Iannaci of Brass Artists and Associates for theatrical representation. Watkins, of the Grammy-winning RandB group TLC, recently co-starred on the UPN reality show "R U the Girl."

Robert S. Costanzo's Entertainment Management Group has moved from Beverly Hills to its new office space in West Hollywood. Costanzo will be working with Sandy Joseph at SLJ Management, but Costanzo and Joseph will retain the names of their respective companies. In addition, Entertainment Management Group has signed two new clients: Kevin Dobson, whose credits include "Kojak," "The Rookies," "Knots Landing" and "F/X: The Series," and Frank Stallone, whose credits include the upcoming films "Rocky Balboa" and "Taken by Force" and well as "Tombstone," the first three "Rocky" films, "Staying Alive" and CBS' "Yes, Dear." Stallone also contributed to the soundtracks of multiple "Rocky" films and "Staying Alive."
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