Abigail Breslin Signs With CAA (Exclusive)
The “August: Osage County” star also is returning to manager Beth Cannon at Envision Entertainment.
Abigail Breslin has signed with CAA, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned. She was previously at ICM.
The 17-year-old actress is also returning to manager Beth Cannon at Envision Entertainment, who represented her for a decade at the beginning of her career.
That career was launched in 2002 with her memorable debut in Signs. After steady appearances on film (Raising Helen) and TV (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Grey’s Anatomy), she landed a supporting actress Oscar nomination for her performance as the adorable, irrepressible title character in Little Miss Sunshine.
Last year Breslin starred in three major -- and diverse -- films: as the kidnap victim Halle Berry searches for in thriller The Call; as the title character's empathetic sister in the sci-fi Ender’s Game and as Ewan McGregor and Julia Roberts' underage daughter in the dysfunctional family drama August: Osage County.
The Zombieland star has a spate of horror movies and thrillers lined up next, including Perfect Sisters, Maggie and Final Girl.
Breslin continues to be repped by attorneys Linda Lichter and Melissa Rogal of Lichter Grossman.