Colton Gramm has ankled ICM for William Morris, where he will continue to rep film talent, WMA announced Tuesday.
Gramm’s clients during a six-year run at ICM included Timothy Olyphant, Anthony Anderson and Michael Sheen. Before joining ICM, Gramm developed business plans for Disney’s European operations.
“Colton’s a team player with a great eye for breaking talent,” said Dave Wirschafter, head of Worldwide Motion Pictures at WMA. “We’re confident he’ll fit well into the structure.”
Also Tuesday, WMA announced Katy McCaffrey has been upped to agent in the percentery’s BevHills book department. She had been working as a coordinator for reality TV. Her new role will entail selling underlying rights to WMA books and articles in all TV arenas.