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Mr. Mark Lucas

The Soho Agency

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Mark Lucas

The Soho Agency

16–17 Wardour Mews
London W1F 8AT
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02/23/2020 12:04 PM
EQ: 2/21/20 (Crime thriller, 101K)

Just curious, really, to see if he'll get back to me.
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Patrick (Admin)
02/15/2020 04:30 PM
Profile Update: Agency name change.
07/27/2019 02:13 PM
".....we only respond to those proposals and submissions we wish to pursue. If we are enthusiastic about your work you should hear from us within a few weeks. If we aren't, we're afraid that you won't hear from us. "
11/04/2015 12:18 PM
SQ: 20/05/15 Julian Alexander
CNR: 04/11/2015
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02/15/2020 - Agency name change.
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