UTA duo jump ship for CAA

Fleming, Michael
July 2005
Daily Variety;7/11/2005, Vol. 288 Issue 5, p1
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Reports on Jason Heyman and Martin Lesak's resignation from their longtime UTA posts as agents and partners to become agents at CAA. Career history of Heyman and Lesak; Agency clients whom Heyman and Lesak were involved with, such as Drew Carey, Patricia Heaton, and Jason Biggs.


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