The writing/directing team of Jeff Price and Peter Seaman have joined ICM, where they will be represented by Barbara Dreyfus, Rosalie Swedlin and Jim Wiatt.

Price & Seaman — who have a first-look deal at Universal —are at work on a script for Bob Zemeckis, for whom they penned “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.” The duo also wrote “Doc Hollywood” (with Daniel Pyne) and “Trenchcoat.”

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Actor Andre Braugher has signed with CAA, where he will be represented by Brandt Joel and Patrick Whitesell. The stage-trained thesp has appeared in such features as “Glory,” “Primal Fear” and “Get On the Bus.”

Braugher — who currently is filming “City of Angels” for Warner Bros. — earned an Emmy nom as lead actor in a series for his work on NBC’s crime series “Homicide.”

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Maryann Kelly has joined ICM as an agent in the motion picture lit department. Before this, Kelly was an agent at the Gersh Agency, working with writers and directors. She began her career as an attorney with Loeb & Loeb be-fore segueing to Triad, then to William Morris.

Kelly’s hiring serves to augment ICM’s lit corps, whose emphasis is working in conjunction with the agency’s N.Y. publishing operation.

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Actress Sean Young — who has appeared in such films as “No Way Out,” “Wall Street,” “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective” and “Blade Runner” — has signed with the Metropolitan Talent Agency, where she will be repped by company president Chris Barrett.

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Actor Esai Morales, whose credits include “Mi Familia,” “Rapa Nui,” “La Bamba” and “Bad Boys,” has signed with the Gersh Agency, where he will be repped by Peter Young. Morales next appears in Triumph Films’ “The Disappearance of Garcia Lorca.”

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Donnie Wahlberg, who most recently appeared in Ron Howard’s “Ransom,” has signed with manager Jamie Gold. Wahlberg, a former New Kid on the Block, continues to be repped by agent Joanne Nici at Don Buchwald and Associates in N.Y.

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