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Musical chairs among Hollywood’s movie agents continues. William Morris Agency’s J. J. Harris has resigned to join InterTalent, a new agency formed last year by defectors from International Creative Management and Creative Artists Agency Inc. Harris has represented actors Kevin Costner and Drew Barrymore, among others. The Morris agency had previously suffered a blow when veteran actors’ agent Ed Limato left a year ago, just as ex-ICM agent Sue Mengers took charge of its movie operation. InterTalent co-founder Bill Block said he didn’t know if Harris would bring clients with her to the agency.


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