'ER' Alum Anthony Edwards Signs With Gersh (Exclusive)
The actor recently directed the comedy feature "My Dead Boyfriend."
Anthony Edwards has signed with Gersh, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. He was previously with CAA.
The Top Gun star, who won a Golden Globe and multiple SAG Awards for his role as Dr. Mark Greene on ER, recently directed the comedy My Dead Boyfriend, starring Heather Graham, Katherine Moennig, Gina Gershon and John Corbett. Last season he starred in the ABC drama Zero Hour. Edwards won an Emmy Award in 2010 as one of the executive producers of the HBO telepic Temple Grandin.
Edwards is not the only star from NBC’s "Must See TV" era to move from CAA to Gersh recently. Just before the holidays Friends star David Schwimmer returned to the agency after a two-year stint at CAA, reuniting with longtime friend Leslie Siebert.
Edwards continues to be managed by Steve Lovett.
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