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Montana Artists signed 1st AD Richard Patrick (“The Bounty Hunter”), d.p. Allan Westbrook (“The Good Guys”) and costume designer Meredith Markworth-Pollack. (“Hart of Dixie”).

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Montana booked co-producer/UPM Bergen Swanson on Chan-wook Park’s “Stoker” for Fox Searchlight, co-producer/UPM Michele Greco on AMC’s “Mad Men,” UPM Rebecca Rivo on CBS’ “Person of Interest” and 1st AD Annie Berger on FX’s Michael Dinner-helmed pilot “Powers”; d.p.’s Attila Szalay on Ron Underwood-helmed TNT movie “Deck the Halls,” Feliks Parnell on NBC’s “Awake,” Horacio Marquinez on Lifetime movie “We Have Your Husband,” George Mooradian on TV Land’s “The Exes” and Brian J. Reynolds on CW’s “90210.”

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Montana also booked production designers Brent Thomas on David Bowers’ “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days,” Alfred Sole on ABC’s “Castle” and Rachel O’Toole on “Deck the Halls”; editors Malcolm Jamieson on David Riker’s “The Girl” and Jordan Goldman on Showtime’s “Homeland”; and costume designers Wendy Greiner on Adult Swim pilot “Let’s Do This!”, Trayce Field on Maggie Carey’s “The To-Do List” and the James Burrows-helmed “Two Broke Girls” pilot for CBS, Stephanie Maslansky on CBS’ “The 2-2” and Leah Katznelson on ABC’s “Apartment 23.”

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Innovative Artists booked production designers Nathan Amondson on David Barrett’s “Fire With Fire,” Michael Wylie on NBC’s “Grimm,” Bill Eigenbrodt on NBC’s “Chuck,” Corey Kaplan on ABC’s “Scandal,” Philip Toolin an ABC’s “The Lying Game,” Cece De Stefano on Fox pilot “Touch,” Chuck Parker on CBS movie “Have a Little Faith,” Anthony Medina on FX’s “Sons of Anarchy,” Victoria Paul on Fox’s “The Finder” and David Chapman on CBS movie “Jessie Stone: Benefit of the Doubt”; and editors John Valerio on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” Matt Barber on NBC’s “Chuck,” William Yeh on Paul Soter’s “Dark Circles,” Tim Alverson on Walter Hill’s “Headshot,” Michael Ruscio on Showtime’s “Dexter” and Sue Blainey on ABC’s “Revenge.”

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IA booked costume designers Linda Bass on “Weeds,” Ruth Carter on “Touch,” Shoshana Rubin on TNT’s “Rizzoli & Isles,” Betsy Cox on “Jessie Stone: Benefit of the Doubt,” Katia Stano on CW’s “Secret Circle,” Monique Prudhomme on David Bowers’ “Diary of a Wimpy Kid 3,” Victoria Auth on Fox’s “The Finder” and Kathryn Morrison on ABC’s “The River”; stunt coordinator Steve Griffin on John Luessenhop’s “Leatherface”; and d.p.’s Tobias Datum on Xan Cassavetes’ “Kiss of the Damned” and James Carter on CBS’ “Hawii Five-0.”

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Gersh Agency has booked line producers Jean Higgins on ABC’s “Charlie’s Angels” and Paul Kurta on AMC’s “Hell on Wheels”; d.p.’s Arthur Albert on ABC’s “Missing,” Oliver Bokelberg on ABC’s “Scandal,” Patrick Cady on ABC’s “Body of Proof” and Jim Denault on USA’s “Suits”; production designers Les Dilley on Mikael Solomon-helmed Lifetime movie “Ladykillers” and Michael Joy on ABC’s “Once Upon a Time”; editors Nate Easterling on CW’s “Vampire Diaries” and Nicholas Erasmus on NBC’s “The Playboy Club”; and costume designers Mary Jane Fort on FX’s “Outlaw Country,” Karen Matthews on TNT’s “Deck the Halls” and Carol Ramsey on Starz’s “Magic City.”

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