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Tenpercenteries: Adam Mazer Inks With UTA

'You Don't Know Jack' scribe signs with UTA

Scribe Adam Mazer has inked with UTA.  Best known for penning the script to HBO’s “You Don’t Know Jack,” Mazer’s next film, “Empire State,” stars Liam Hemsworth and Dwayne Johnson and will bow later this year. He is currently penning the script for the biopic “Hank Aaron.” He is also repped by Inphenate and attorney Mitch Smelkinson.

Madeline Brewer has signed with Inphenate. She’ll be seen next on the upcoming Netflix series “Orange is the New Black.” She continues to be repped by Judy Boals Talent and Literary Agency.

TCA Jed Root has signed hyphenate Shawn Christensen for acting representation. His latest film, “Curfew,” won the Oscar for live-action short. He is also repped by Caliber Media Co. on the management side and Verve for writing and directing.

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