Brillstein-GreyEntertainment has completed the transition of its management and televisioncompanies to new owners and announced that longtime executives CynthiaPett-Dante and Jon Liebman will lead itsexecutive team.

Pett-Dante, aBrillstein-Grey partner of 14 years whose client roster includes Brad Pitt,Courteney Cox-Arquette and Matthew Vaughan, assumes leadership and strategicresponsibilities for the overall company.

In addition she will overseePitt's production company Plan B with Liebman. The partners recently structuredPlan B's first-look deal at Paramount under studio chief Brad Grey - the Greyof Brillstein-Grey.

Liebman, who has been vicechairman of Brillstein-Grey for seven years, has been named chief executiveofficer. He will continue to make the company's overall deals, guide strategicdirection and run operations along with other key senior executives.

He will also guide themanagement of company clients, including former New York mayor Rudolph WGiuliani.

"We are looking forward tocontinuing the legacy that Bernie, Brad and everyone has built over the years,"Pett-Dante and Liebman said in a joint statement.

Continuing to help guide thecompany's overall management, television and film businesses are foundingpartner Bernie Brillstein, Marc Gurvitz, and partner Sandy Wernick.

As previously announced,Brillstein-Grey recently brought in managers Aleen Keshishian, JoAnne Colonnaand Mary Putnam Greene from The Firm.

Other managers withsignificant roles in the restructured company include Danny Sussman, AndreaPett-Joseph, Tim Sarkes, Lee Kernis, Margaret Riley, Kassie Evashevski, GerryHarrington, Peter Safran, Geoff Cheddy, Colton Gramm, Jai Khanna, Naren Desaiand Todd Diener.

Amy Weiss, a businessaffairs executive in both the management and television companies, has alsobecome a manager.