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Harter Manning Woo president Patricia Woo said the literary agency has changed its name to the Triton Agency and has moved from Los Angeles offices to Century City.

The bicoastal firm counts James Gandolfini (“Angie, I Says””Terminal Velocity”), Jeffrey Wright (“Angels in America”), Alex Zuckerman (“Me and the Kid,””Blank Check”), Rhonda Stubbins-White (“Laurel Avenue”) and Chris Demetral (“Dream On,””Blank Check”) among its clients.

Woo also announced that Jamie M. Gold has been promoted to head of the movie and television department and Mark Armstrong has been upped to television agent at the firm.

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