Former All American Television Prods. exec VP James Waldron has joined Creative Artists Agency as a TV packaging agent.
Waldron will be charged with agent-packaging dramatic programs for cable, firstrun syndication and the international marketplace.
In the past the percentery has packaged such shows as Tribune Entertainment’s “Earth: Final Conflict” and the Sci-Fi Channel’s “The First Wave.”
For nearly four years, Waldron has overseen all primetime and firstrun syndication operations for All American. Before that, he served as senior vice president at Gerber/ITC Entertainment from 1993 to 1995, which he preceded with a two-year stint as VP of creative affairs at Viacom Prods.
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Brandon Camp and Mike Thompson, the writing duo behind Warner Bros./Bel Air Entertainment’s “Steinbeck’s Point of View” and UA’s “Dragonfly,” have re-signed with Emile Gladstone of Broder, Kurland, Webb, Uffner.
Camp and Thompson had been repped by Gladstone and BKWU until the rep joined the Artists Management Group last November. The writers joined CAA soon thereafter.
Gladstone re-joined BKWU earlier this month.
Shakur Kapur is attached to direct “Steinbeck’s Point of View.” At Warner Bros./Bel Air, the duo also penned “Jackson,” which Camp will direct and Thompson will produce.
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Actor Blair Underwood (“Deep Impact,” “Just Cause”) has signed with International Creative Management, where he will be repped by Steve Dontanville, Ron West, Jason Barrett and Jeannie Williams. Underwood, who recently took home an NAACP Image Award for actor in the CBS miniseries “Mama Flora’s Family,” recently completed William Friedkin’s “Rules of Engagement” for Paramount.
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Leslie Libman and Larry Williams, the husband-wife directing team who have done episodes of the HBO series “Oz” and the NBC series “Homicide: Life on the Street,” have signed with United Talent Agency. The couple also is developing the HBO film “Past Paradise.”
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Actor Wilson Cruz, who co-starred in the TV series “My So Called Life” and the feature “Johns,” has signed with Writers & Artists Agency, where he will be repped by Sarah Clossey. Cruz, who next can be seen in UA’s “Supernova,” continues to be managed by Robert Redlich.