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Lanny Noveck

Lanny Noveck, a 27-year WMA vet, has relocated to the TV lit wing of ICM, bringing such writer-producer clients as Clyde Phillips, Dawn Prestwich, Nicole Yorkin, Michelle Ashford, Lawrence Broch, Tim Lea, Richard Rosenstock and Robert Nathan. Other WMA alums who have joined ICM in recent days include Dan Norton in the TV lit department and Aaron Hart in motion pic lit.

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