ICM Partners Adds Four New Agents
The additions affect the motion picture production, motion picture literary and talent, and international television and media departments.
ICM Partners has hired three new agents and promoted a staff member to agent, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Former Skouras Agency partner Hilary Baum McQuaide is joining the motion picture production department. McQuaide launched Skouras’ commercial department after joining that agency in 1995. The clients she is bringing with her include cinematographers Gyula Pados (Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials), Salvatore Totino (The Da Vinci Code, Everest), Matthew J. Santo (Girls) and John Lynch (Powers) as well as production designers Anne Ross (The Bling Ring, The Squid and the Whale) and Tom Foden (Self/less).
Comedy agent Taryn Ariel is moving from APA’s New York office to ICM’s office in Los Angeles, while Rebecca Ewing is a new addition to ICM’s motion picture literary unit. She most recently managed writers and directors at Intellectual Artists Management and was an agent at UTA for six years before that.
ICM also has promoted Katie Kolben to agent. Kolben has worked in the agency’s New York-based international television and media department since joining ICM from N.S. Bienstock in 2011.