Agency Signings Round-Up: The Second City to APA; Gabriella Wilde to ICM
The week's worth of agency signings.
•The Second City, the comedy outfit known for launching performers ranging from Gilda Radner to Tina Fey, has signed with APA. The group is perhaps best known for SCTV, its defunct television sketch comedy show. The Second City’s other ventures include touring companies and a comedy video website.•British actress Gabriella Wilde, who will play Constance in Summit's forthcoming The Three Musketeers, has signed with ICM. She is represented by Tavistock Wood Management in the U.K. •Noah Silver, a young French actor who has appeared in the French TV movie La Republique des Enfants and the Israeli film The Human Resources Manager, has signed with UTA. He is managed by Ken McReddie Associates. •Actor Ross Partridge, whose credits include the mumblecore film Baghead and The Off Hours, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January, has signed with ICM. His next film, the comedy Treatment, will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. He is managed by Suskin Management. Email Daniel Miller at Daniel.Miller@thr.com and follow him on Twitter.
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