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Kurt Sutter Moves to WME

'Sons of Anarchy' creator shifts from ICM Partners

Sons of Anarchy” boss Kurt Sutter has signed with WME.

Sutter at present is at work on the upcoming sixth season of FX’s rowdy motorcycle club drama. He shepherded two development projects at FX this past year, “Lucas Stand” and “Diva. Killer. Clown,” but neither is expected to proceed.

Sutter had been with ICM Partners.

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