Uma Thurman returns to CAA (Exclusive)
Uma Thurman has returned to CAA, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned. She had been agentless for the past year.
Thurman had been represented by CAA for most of her career, including her Oscar-nominated breakout turn in Pulp Fiction and her iconic role in Kill Bill: Vols. 1 and 2. After leaving the agency in 2011, she signed with WME the following year and then with UTA in 2013.
The actress, who most recently appeared in the NBC miniseries The Slap, will be seen this October in The Weinstein Co. comedy Adam Jones (previously titled Chef), starring Bradley Cooper. She'll also star opposite Tim Roth in the indie comedy The Brits Are Coming, which begins filming later this month. Thurman will play one-half of a couple that plots a jewel heist in order to pay off a gambling debt, with Kristin Chenoweth co-starring.
Thurman continues to be represented by Untitled Entertainment and attorney James Adams at Schreck Rose.
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