'Sons of Anarchy's' Harold Perrineau Welcomes a Baby, David Futterman Joins TV Guide Network: Hitched, Hatched, Hired

Vincent Kartheiser Alexis Bledel Golden Globes - P 2013
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Liz Snair is promoted to vp label management at Sony Music Entertainment's Red division, WE TV appoints Mark Neschis as senior vp public relations, and more.

This story first appeared in the April 5 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.


Alexis Bledel and Mad Men's Vincent Kartheiser are engaged. They met when Bledel guest-starred on the show last season and have been dating since early 2012.


Sons of Anarchy actor Harold Perrineau and his wife, Brittany, welcomed daughter Holiday Grace on March 21.

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Writer-producer Ali LeRoi was elected to a three-year term as Humanitas president March 20.

The International Cinema Technology Association tapped Thomas Ruttgers as representative for ICTA Europe on March 16.

Beats Electronics appointed Rafferty Jackson general counsel March 18.

TV Guide Network on March 18 hired David Futterman as vp paid programming and direct response, ad sales.

Sony Music Entertainment's Red division promoted Liz Snair to vp label management March 20.

Mark Neschis was appointed senior vp public relations at WE TV on March 21.

Chanon Cook was promoted to senior vp strategic insights and research at Comedy Central on March 21.

Meredith Jane Momoda was named vp branded entertainment, domestic television distribution, at NBCUniversal on March 21.

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British movie producer Tim Hampton, who worked at 20th Century Fox and produced Ridley Scott's 1985 fantasy adventure Legend, died March 11. He was 65.

Robert E. Relyea, a producer-director who worked on The Magnificent Seven and West Side Story before becoming president of production at MGM/UA in the late ’90s, died of natural causes. He was 82.

Malachi Throne, the veteran TV actor who played Robert Wagner's boss on It Takes a Thief and enigmatic evildoer False-Face on Batman, died March 13 in Los Angeles of lung cancer. He was 84.