AGENCY SIGNINGS ROUND-UP: Scott Foley to ICM; John Fogerty to Paradigm
The week's worth of agency signings.
Here's a round-up of a week's worth of agency signings:
--Scott Foley, whose credits include Grey's Anatomy and Felicity, has signed with ICM, which brokered his recent deal to join the CBS medical pilot The Doctor as the son of Christine Lahti's character. Foley is managed by Andrea Pett-Joseph of Brillstein Entertainment Partners, and his attorney is Jason Sloane of Sloane Offer Weber & Dern.
--Grammy-winning musician John Fogerty has signed with Paradigm. Fogerty, the leader of Creedence Clearwater Revival, is now a solo artist. He is a member of the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame.
--Sal Stabile, most recently a supervising producer on ABC's My Generation, has signed with ICM. He is managed by Dan Halsted of Manage-ment.
--Max Schneider, who will star in the Nickelodeon pilot How to Rock, has signed with WME. He is managed by Jeff Golenberg of The Collective.
--Matt Boren, a writer on ABC Family's Melissa & Joey, has signed with CAA. Boren also has a recurring role on CBS' How I Met Your Mother. His attorney is David Kritzman of Morris Yorn Barnes Levine Krintzman Rubenstein and Kohner.
--Jordan Hinson, whose credits include the SyFy series Eureka and ABC's Hank, has signed with APA. Hinson, who will next appear in A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas, is also represented by manager Glenn Rigberg at Inphenate and attorney Neil Meyer of Stone Meyer Genow Smelkinson and Binder.
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