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Stuart Townsend, Arielle Kebbel, Cary Elwes, Melissa Rivers, Tom Malloy, Michael Bolten

UTA has inked Stuart Townsend (“The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen”). Credits include “Chaos Theory” and “Battle in Seattle.”

He continues to be managed by Artists Independent Management.

Arielle Kebbel (“The Uninvited”) has inked with ICM. She can be seen next in “Mardi Gras,” which will bow in early 2010. Past credits include “Be Cool” and “John Tucker Must Die.”

She continues to be managed by Precision Entertainment.

Cary Elwes (“Saw”) has signed with APA for representation. Elwes is set to appear in Robert Zemeckis’ “A Christmas Carol” and Steven Spielberg’s “The Adventures of Tintin.”

He continues to be managed by Kritzer Levine Wilkins Entertainment.

Melissa Rivers has signed with Abrams Artists. She was most recently seen on “Celebrity Apprentice.”

She is still managed by the Independent Group.

Tom Malloy (“The Alphabet Killer”) has inked with Stone Manners. Malloy can be seen in “Love N’ Dancing,” a pic he also penned, which has bowed in select cities.

Malloy is managed by Rough Diamond Management.

Michael Bolten (“The Woods Have Eyes”) has signed with Alchemy Entertainment for management. Bolten recently booked Rob Reiner’s “Flipped” and is currently filming “Letters to God.”

Bolten is still repped by CESD.

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