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Actress Thandie Newton (“Jefferson in Paris,” “Beloved,” “Mission: Impossible 2”) has signed with Creative Artists Agency.

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Actor Patrick Muldoon (“Stigmata,” “Starship Troopers,” TV’s “Melrose Place”) has signed with Paradigm. Muldoon continues to be managed by Evolution Entertainment.

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Newcomer Nora Zehetner, who is lensing the indie “Tart” with Dominique Swain and Brad Renfro, has signed with Paradigm. Zehetner is managed by the Gold/Miller Co.

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Actor-comedian Anthony Clark (“The Rock,” “Dogfight,” TV’s “Boston Common”) has signed with International Creative Management. Clark continues to be managed by Full Circle Management.

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Looking to cross over to directing, production designer Eugenio Zanetti (“The Haunting,” “What Dreams May Come,” “Restoration,” for which he received an Academy Award) has signed with the Gersh Agency.

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Legiter exec-turned-screenwriter Andrew Fishman has signed with the Gersh Agency. Fishman’s first screenplay, the romantic comedy “Ton 80,” is in development at Warner Bros. and Madonna’s Mad Guy Prods.

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Cal Boyington has been upped to agent at International Creative Management, working within the syndication and cable division.

Boyington — a former assistant to ICM’s head of syndication and cable, Steve Wohl — will rep writers, directors, actors and producers, while also packaging projects for the syndication and cable markets.

Before joining ICM, Boyington worked as a development coordinator and executive assistant at King World Prods.

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Rich Rogers has been upped to agent in the William Morris Agency’s television department, where he will focus on repping television episodic directors. Rogers, who interned at the percentery during summer breaks from the U. of Arizona, joined WMA in 1995. He first worked as an assistant to senior VP and head of WMA’s TV directors division, Steve Glick before training under agency VP Bill Douglass.

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Northwestern University grad Chad Hodge, 22, has signed with Paradigm’s Kwame Burroughs and Andy Patman. While the upstart has no Hollywood credits, Paradigm signed him after watching five episodes of “University Place,” a one-hour sudser produced independently by students at the Big Ten school and which Hodge co-created and exec-produced.

Hodge is managed by Beyond Talent Management.

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