Kathy Griffin Re-Signs With WME After Four Months at CAA (Exclusive)
The comedian switched from WME to CAA in March.
Kathy Griffin has returned to WME after a four-month absence, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned. In March, THR reported that she had left the agency for CAA.
The actress and comedian is rejoining the same WME team that had represented her for the past half decade. Last month, she hosted the Daytime Emmy Awards, which were live-streamed for the first time in the ceremony's 41-year history.
Griffin won a Grammy this year for her comedy album Calm Down Gurrl, to go with her two Primetime Emmys for her Bravo reality show, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List. She later hosted the talk show Kathy for two seasons on the same network.
She is in talks to return for CNN's New Year's Eve Live special, which she has co-hosted with Anderson Cooper to great viral acclaim for the past seven years.
Griffin remains represented by attorney Bill Sobel at Edelstein Laird.