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ICM’s Webb exits agency business

35 year veteran to explore other ventures

After 35 years as a tenpercenter, ICM’s Elliot Webb is exiting the agency biz.

Webb will leave the agency in August to pursue other options in showbiz, ICM said Monday. He’s been an exec veep and top lit rep at the percentery since 2006, when it acquired the Broder Webb Chervin Silbermann agency.

Webb’s writer and director clients included Chris Carter, Walon Green, Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green, Chip Johannessen, Janet Leahy, Dick Clement, Barry Kemp and Andrew Weyman. He began his career at ICM in 1974 and left to form the Broder Kurland Webb agency in 1983.

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