TALENT SIGNINGS: New Clients at CAA, WME, UTA, ICM, More
The week's worth of agency signings.
Terry Crews, who co-starred in The Expendables and returns for this summer's sequel, has signed with 3 Arts Entertainment. Crews' other film credits include White Chicks, The Longest Yard, Balls of Fury and Street Kings. His television credits include Are We There Yet? and Everybody Hates Chris. He is also represented by WME and Morris Yorn Barnes Levine Krintzman Rubenstein & Kohner.
Colin Ferguson, known for starring as Sheriff Jack Carter on Syfy's Eureka, has signed with UTA. Ferguson's film credits include Because I Said So and The Opposite of Sex. He is also represented by attorney Jeff Bernstein at Jackoway Tyerman.
Nikki Glaser, who stars with Sara Schaefer in the new late-night MTV program The Nikki and Sara Show, has signed with ICM Partners. Glaser appeared on the fourth season of NBC's Last Comic Standing.
Theo James, who stars in CBS' upcoming series Golden Boy, has signed with WME. His film credits include Underworld: Awakening and The InBetweeners Movie. James also appeared on the first of the BBC's Downton Abbey. He is represented by Markham Froggatt & Irwin in the United Kingdom.
Patrick Johnson, who plays Callie Thorne's son on USA's Necessary Roughness, has signed with APA. His other credits include telepics Mean Girls 2 and Christmas Cupid.
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