EXCLUSIVE: Paradigm, which has been adding lit clients after bringing in established agents like Robert Bookman, Ken Stovitz and Rand Holston, has made a good score in the talent realm: It signed Thomas Jane. Jane, the star of HBO’s Hung and films that include The Punisher, Deep Blue Sea and Boogie Nights, makes the move from CAA as he is preparing to star in and direct A Magnificent Death From A Shattered Hand. The Western thriller, being produced by Geyer Kosinski, also stars Jeremy Irons and Nick Nolte. Jane’s separately starring opposite Paul Walker, Brendan Fraser and Matt Dillon in Pawn Shop Chronicles, opposite Sly Stallone in Reach Me and opposite James Marsden and Billy Bob Thornton in Red Machine. Jane continues to be managed by Media Talent Group.
Paradigm Signs Thomas Jane
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