Rep Sheet Roundup: Tony Nominee Michelle Wilson Signs With Jill Fritzo PR

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THR’s at-a-glance look at the week in representation news.

Who got signed, promoted, hired or fired? The Hollywood Reporter’s Rep Sheet rounds up the week in representation news. To submit announcements for consideration, contact rebecca.sun@thr.com.

Hard work pays off

Michelle Wilson, a featured actress Tony nominee for the play Sweat, has signed with Jill Fritzo PR. Wilson plays a level-headed steel mill worker in the Rust Belt drama, which is itself Tony-nominated for best play and already the 2017 Pulitzer Prize drama winner

Oh my darling

Lili Simmons, who will be a series regular on season five of Showtime’s Ray Donovan, has signed with 42West. She was most recently seen as New Clementine in an episode of HBO’s Westworld, and her other credits include HBO’s True Detective, Cinemax’s Banshee and the indie Western feature Bone Tomahawk.

Just hatched

London-based agents Michael Ford, Vic Murray, Becky Williams and Lucy Nooshin have left DAA Management to form Hatch Talent in the U.K. They are followed by their complete roster of clients, including Hodor (Game of Thrones’ Kristian Nairn) and two Weasleys (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’s Thomas Aldridge, who plays the adult Ron, and the film franchise’s Oliver Phelps, who played George).

Shamelessness isn’t a major crime

Katz Public Relations has signed:

·      Major Crimes’ Graham Patrick Martin, who plays the adoptive son of series star Mary McDonnell’s character on TNT’s longest-running drama, which was renewed for a sixth season in January.

·      Actress Diora Baird, whose credits include Showtime’s Shameless, Wedding Crashers and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning.

Elsewhere in Rep World:

Tamron Hall Signs With WME

Jason Patric Signs With ICM Partners

Animation Star Leo Matsuda Signs With WME, Gotham Group

‘The Art of Fielding’ Movie in the Works With IMG, Mandalay

WME Signs Jet, Ebony Magazines

Refinery29 Signs With WME, Adds to Video Team in Development Push

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