Former Propaganda Management head Beth Holden-Garland and manager Darren Goldberg have exited Propaganda to join management shingle Untitled Entertainment.
Pat Dollard has been elevated to head of Propaganda’s management department.
Now reporting to Dollard are managers David Flynn, Rob Gomez, Tammy Rosen and Keith Redmon. Manager Mark Epstein continues to work at Propaganda but will not report to Dollard.
Holden-Garland, who tendered her resignation from Propaganda on Thursday morning, will be partnering with Untitled principals Jason Weinberg and Stephanie Simon. She will begin work at the Untitled offices Monday.
“Beth was instrumental in founding and developing the company,” Propaganda chief operating officer Trevor Macy said. “We wish her well.”
Macy added that Propaganda is aggressively looking to build both its literary and talent departments, a strategy that may include acquisitions and mergers with other management firms.
With the addition of Holden-Garland and Goldberg, Untitled operates with 10 managers and about 45 clients. The Untitled roster includes Isabelle Adjani, Kirstie Alley, David Caruso, Eddie Furlong, Debbie Harry, Courtney Love, Matthew Modine, Kip Pardue, Norman Reedus, Jean Smart, Lili Taylor, Michelle Williams and Molly Ringwald.
Holden-Garland’s client list includes Matthew McConaughey, Tom Sizemore, Maria Bello, Terence Stamp, Max Beesley, Rory Cochrane, Michael Wincott, Des McAnuff, J.P. Kelley, Steve Hanft and Susan Traylor.
Goldberg’s client roster includes Nathan Dexton, Alex Sol, Claire Kramer, Shamus Murphy and Amber Benson.
Weinberg launched Untitled three years ago and merged with Simon’s Stephanie Simon Management in 1998. Untitled, which has offices in New York and Los Angeles, also maintains an affiliation with the Jonathan Krane Group.