Screenwriters Jeffrey Boam (“Lethal Weapon 2,” “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”), E. Max Frye (“Something Wild,” “Amos & Andrew”), Marsha Norman (” ‘Night Mother,” stage tuner “The Secret Garden”), Aaron Sorkin (“The American President,” “A Few Good Men”) and Kevin Wade (“Working Girl,” “Junior”) have signed with Endeavor.
TV director Thomas Schlamme, whose credits include “Spin City,” “ER,” “Mad About You,” “Friends” and “The Larry Sanders Show,” also has joined the upstart tenpercentery.
On the talent side, actress Marcia Gay Harden, whose upcoming films include “Flubber,” “Desperate Measures” and “Meet Joe Black,” has signed with the agency. She will continue to be managed by Mindel/Donegan.
And former ICM agent Stuart Fry has joined Endeavor in the motion picture literary department, where he will rep the agency’s growing list of screenwriters.
Australian actress Peta Wilson — who stars on the USA Network’s “La Femme Nikita” series — has signed with International Creative Management, where she will be repped by Joe Funicello, Tracy Brennan and Jason Barrett.
Wilson continues to be managed by Michael McLean and Associates.
Writer and Northwestern U. professor Dave Tolchinsky — whose credits include the currently lensing indie “Girl,” starring Dominique Swain, and the screenplay “Pandemonium” — has signed with Metropolitan Talent Agency. He will be repped by Jeff Okin and Andrea Newman.
Actress Susan Blakely, who recently appeared in Lifetime’s “Color Me Perfect,” has signed with the Paul Kohner agency, where she will be repped by Nancy Schmidt and Gary Salt.