Soderbergh recognizes Anonymous
EmptySteven Soderbergh's rep-less days are over.
The director, notorious for being choosy about who represents him, has signed with Anonymous Content for representation.
Soderbergh began his career repped by Anne Dollard at Leading Artists in the late 1980s and then was famously repped by her brother Pat after she died in a freak horse-riding accident in 1988.
Soderbergh, who at the time was a rising star in the indie world, followed Dollard to WMA. After Dollard was fired from the agency, Soderbergh stuck with him, even as the director hit a new peak with the films "Out of Sight" and "Traffic."
Soderbergh has been without an agent and manager since parting ways with Dollard in 2005.
At Anonymous, he will be with Michael Sugar. He continues to be repped by attorney Michael Adler.
Soderbergh is wrapping production on "The Argentine" and "Guerrilla," his two-film biopic on Che Guevara. He next plans to direct the thriller "The Informant" for Warner Bros.