Eric Skinner is heading back to work with David Guillod at Intellectual Artist Management after just more than eight months as an agent, Deadline has learned. ICM Partners decided not to renew Skinner’s contract. Skinner and Guillod worked together at UTA when Guillod was the co-head of Motion Picture Talent and a partner there. Guillod left UTA for Paradigm in 2009, and Skinner left the same year and joined ICM as a coordinator. He later entered the agent-trainee program and was promoted to an agent in the talent department in February. Guillod left Paradigm last year.
Agent Eric Skinner Exits ICM Partners, Joins David Guillod At Intellectual Artist
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