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ICM Signs Ken Mok & Steve Pearlman

7 June 2011 8:16 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

America's Next Top Model executive producer Ken Mok is returning to ICM. He was recently at Paradigm after following Steve Wohl there 3 years ago. Reality producer Mok was at ICM when his 10x10 Entertainment sold Top Model, which the agency represents. Mok's other unscripted series credits include CW's Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious and Stylista, Bet’s Changing Lanes, MTV’s Making the Band and USA’s WWE Tough Enough. ICM also recently signed non-writing producer Steve Pearlman, who serves as an executive producer on the new ABC drama series Once Upon a Time. Since segueing to producing, the former Warner Bros. TV executive has exec produced such series as V, Related, Dr. Vegas and Reunion. He didn't have agency representation.   »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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Jack Orman Signs New Overall Deal At Sony

24 March 2011 4:40 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: Writer-producer Jack Orman has inked a new two-year, seven-figure overall deal with Sony Pictures TV. ER alum Orman wrote and is executive producing Sony TV's buzzed-about ABC pilot Pan Am. Described as a sexy soap set against the Jet Age, the pilot, directed/exec produced by Thomas Schlamme, revolves around pilots and flight attendants working at the iconic Pan Am airlines in the 1960s. Under his previous two-year deal with Sony, Orman landed pilot orders both years: for Matadors at ABC last year and Pan Am, also at ABC, this year. Orman's first TV writing gig was as a freelance writer for an episode of Jag, which led to a staff-writer position on the military drama. Orman then joined NBC's medical drama ER where he spent six seasons, rising to executive producer/showrunner. Additionally, CAA-repped Orman co-created and executive produced the CBS drama series Dr. Vegas. »

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Tom Sizemore, Eric Winter Join Fox Pilots

11 March 2011 9:40 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: In his first regular series role in almost a decade, Tom Sizemore is set to co-star opposite Ethan Hawke in Fox's drama pilot Exit Strategy, a high-octane procedural about a team of five experts associated with the CIA led by Eric Shaw (Hawke) who are deployed when a CIA operation goes bad to extract the ones involved before it's too late. Sizemore will play Jonathan Marks, a veteran CIA spymaster and mentor to Shaw who is the Exit Strategy unit's Logpac (support officer). A man who has been everywhere and done everything, Marks is the man who can get you anything, anywhere, anytime. Sizemore, repped by Global Artists Agency, last did a pilot in 2002, the drama Robbery Homicide Division, which was picked up to series and had a brief run on CBS. He has since done arcs on CBS' Dr. Vegas and Starz's Crash. Eric Winter, who has been »

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