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The Rep Sheet - December 28, 2004

The Rep Sheet - December 28, 2004

Date: Tuesday, December 28 2004

Benjamin King, whose credits include "Saving Jessica Lynch," "Six Feet Under" and the NBC pilot "Weekends," has signed with Innovative Artists Agency and manager Peter Principato of Principato Young. King also will appear in an upcoming episode of the WB Network's "What I Like About You," starring Amanda Bynes. His credits also include "S.W.A.T." and "Lethal Weapon 4." … Chameleon Entertainment CEO
Damon Harman has joined forces with Jonathan Nixon to relaunch Point of View Films, a commercial/music video production company. POV has signed Ryan Craig, who will write and direct the upcoming feature film "Small Town Saturday Night." POV will produce under the Chameleon Entertainment banner. Chameleon was formed this year by Harman to produce reality programming for network and cable television. Nixon, president of Point of View Films, produced and directed national television commercial campaigns for Disney World, Budweiser, America Online, Motorola and Bacardi. Chameleon Entertainment is represented by ICM. Craig is represented by CAA. … Craig Kirkwood, who starred as Rev in "Remember the Titans," has signed with Diverse Talent Agency for theatrical representation and Will Levine for personal management. … Also signing with Diverse is Dwayne Adway. His recent credits include 20th Century Fox's "First Daughter" and MGM's "Soul Plane." Adway is best known for his role as Dennis Rodman in "Bad as I Wanna Be: The Dennis Rodman Story." He next appears in MGM's "Into the Blue," which follows a group of deep-sea divers who get into trouble with a drug lord when they discover a sunken airplane filled with illicit cargo. Adway is managed by Mark Schumacher of Schumacher Management, and his attorney is James Feldman of Lichter, Grossman, Nichols, Adler & Goodman. … David Shapira and Associates has expanded its talent department with the arrival of Mark Scroggs and Ryan Karvola. Both agents were at Don Buchwald & Associates. At Buchwald, Scroggs worked closely with talent and comedy clients and will continue to do so at DSA. Before his time at Buchwald, he was an agent at the APA Agency and Paul Kohner Inc. At Buchwald, Karvola worked with Scroggs and West Coast president Tim Angle. He also worked with talent and comedy clients as well as reality and hosting clients. … Osbrink, the decade-old child and young adult talent agency, has appointed former WMA talent agent Robert Haas to spearhead the agency's newly christened adult theatrical talent division. Haas joined Osbrink last year, following four years at WMA and five years at ICM. Accompanying Haas at Osbrink are actress Alexandra Paul, whose recent credits include "Landslide," "Saving Emily" and "A Woman Hunted"; Ned Bellamy, whose credits include "Ice Town," "The Whole Ten Yards" and the upcoming "Lords of Dogtown"; and actor Ben Falcone ("Chicken Party," "Trial and Error"). Paul is represented by manager Daniel Sladek; Bellamy by manager Laina Cohn. In addition, Haas also represents a select few of the agency's premier young adults and elite youth clients. … CAA has signed Andrew Steele, co-head writer of "Saturday Night Live." Steele's other credits include "The Ladies Man" and "The Jon Stewart Show."

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