Manager David Adamson has ankled Hofflund Polone and inked with tenpercentery International Creative Management as a talent agent.
He will report to Eddy Yablans, head of motion picture talent at ICM, having joined the company March 1.
“I am delighted to welcome David back to ICM,” Yablans said. “His arrival gives us the opportunity to work with a talented professional whose relationships and judgment will create outstanding opportunities for our company.”
The move is a sort of homecoming for Adamson, a former ICM employee who has worked in both agency and management capacities during his career.
While at Hofflund Polone, Adamson had worked with clients like Emily Mortimer (“Scream 3”), Kathy Baker (“The Cider House Rules”), Judith Godreche (“Ridicule”) and Alan Rickman (“Galaxy Quest”).
Prior to joining Hofflund, Adamson worked as a politico, serving as a consultant to the 1992 Ross Perot presidential campaign.
Previously, Adamson had worked at production and management company Industry Entertainment, and later at ICM — working for both then-agent Tracey Jacobs, and for ICM’s London offices — before joining Hofflund Polone.