the rep sheet


ICM has signed rapper-actor- producer Eminem along with his Paramount-based production company, Interscope/Shady/ Aftermath Films. He was at UTA. With the move, Eminem hopes to refocus on his acting career. The rapper most recently appeared onscreen in 2002's semiautobiographical "8 Mile," for which he garnered critical acclaim; the movie also earned him an Oscar for best original song for "Lose Yourself." He is attached to star in a feature adaptation of "Have Gun, Will Travel" for Paramount Pictures. Eminem continues to be repped in all areas by Goliath Artists Inc. Goliath, along with the Schiff Co., also reps Eminem's film and television projects. WMA continues to rep him for music. (Borys Kit) Chase gets Innovative

Chevy Chase has signed with Innovative Artists. He had been at ICM for close to 10 years. Chase most recently appeared as a bigoted Hollywood star in NBC's "Law & Order." He also recently appeared in Revolution's "Zoom" and next appears in the indie feature "Funny Money," which is directed by Leslie Greif and due for release in January. Chase will continue to be managed by Fenton/Kritzer Entertainment. (Borys Kit)
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