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James Ransone has signed with Management 360. He is best known for his roles in “The Wire” and “Generation Kill” and can be seen next in “The Son of No One.” He continues to be repped by Paradigm and Alex Kohner at Morris Yorn Barnes & Levine.

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Naveen Andrews has inked with Gersh. Andrews is best known for his role as Sayid on “Lost.” He is still repped by Renee Jennett Management.
UTA has signed Jon Tenney. Tenney can currently be seen on TNT’s “The Closer.” He is still managed by Kritzer, Levine, Wilkins, Griffin Entertainment.

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Kimberly Wyatt has signed with CAA. An original member of the Pussycat Dolls, Wyatt can be seen next as a judge on CBS skein “Live to Dance.” She continues to be managed by Faux Entertainment.

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Jackson-Medavoy Entertainment has signed thesp Mini Anden for representation. She can be seen next in “The Mechanic,” with Jason Statham, and also just booked a role in the John Wells pilot “Gimme Shelter” for CBS. She is still repped by Don Buchwald and Associates.

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Lit agency Janklow & Nesbit Associates has brought Julie Just to the firm. She had most recently served as children’s books editor for the New York Times Book Review. She will join the agency in November.

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