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Grant, Catzel to co-head ICM Partners’ non-scripted in New York

Literary and talent agency ICM Partners has elevated Shade Grant and Courtny Catzel to co-heads of non-scripted programming for the company’s New York division. Grant (pictured, left) and Catzel (pictured, right) jointly rep ...
May 8, 2018

Literary and talent agency ICM Partners has elevated Shade Grant and Courtny Catzel to co-heads of non-scripted programming for the company’s New York division.

Grant (pictured, left) and Catzel (pictured, right) jointly rep a number of clients and production companies in the unscripted space, including InventTV (Bravo’s Southern Charm New Orleans), Original Productions (Discovery’s Emmy Award-winning Deadliest Catch), Spring Films (Oscar- and Emmy-nominated The Look of Silence) and Queer Eye‘s Karamo Brown.

Grant’s individual clients, meanwhile, include Big Coat Media (HGTV’s Love It or List It), Glass Entertainment Group (Animal Planet’s Tanked, CNN’s Pope: The Most Powerful Man in History), Park Slope (Discovery’s Alaskan Bush People), Our House Media (Bravo’s upcoming Welcome to Waverly) and Znak & Co (Fox’s upcoming Meghan Markle: An American Princess).

Catzel solely represents such clients as Beyond Productions (Discovery’s MythBusters), Maggievision Productions (ABC’s ESPYS & The Story Of Diana), Meredith Vieira Productions, Nigel Lythgoe Productions (Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance), Shaggy Entertainment (CBS’ upcoming TKO), as well as Politico, and talent including Megan Fox and Ali Wentworth.

Grant joined ICM in 2006, participating in the agency’s trainee program. With a background in indie film and the literary side of television business, she  moved to the agency’s New York office in 2011, in an expansion of that department.

Catzel joined ICM Partners in 2012 after departing from Gersh as an agent.

About The Author
Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

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