EXCLUSIVE: ICM television agent Nick Khan, whose clients include firebrand anchors Keith Olbermann and Nancy Grace, is leaving the agency. Sources say he is going to CAA though the agency is not confirming the hire at this time. Khan joined boutique lit agency Broder Webb Chervin Silbermann at the end of 2005 to launch a sports/news broadcaster division. He segued to ICM following the two agencies’ merger six months later. Expected to move with Khan to CAA are all his clients: Olbermann, Grace, sports broadcasters/analysts Hannah Storm, John Anderson, Jim Lampley, Jalen Rose and Max Kellerman as well as boxing trainer Freddie Roach. Additionally, Khan is bringing with him the junior agent in the ICM broadcaster department, Evan Dick. Khan, whose sister is Don’t Trust The B— In Apt. 23 creator Nahnatchka Khan, had been pondering a move for awhile. While he was single-handedly running the sports and news broadcaster business at ICM, an agency focused on its core TV and film lit/talent areas, at CAA Khan would join a team of established agents including Alan Berger, Andy Elkin and Trace Armstrong.
ICM TV Agent Nick Khan Headed To CAA
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