Young Breslins take business to ICM
EmptyYoung sibling actors Abigail and Spencer Breslin have signed with ICM.
Abigail, who received a supporting actress Oscar nomination this year for her portrayal of Olive in "Little Miss Sunshine," next appears in the feature film "Definitely, Maybe," which co-stars Rachel Weisz and Ryan Reynolds. Other upcoming credits for the 11-year-old include "Nim's Island," with Jodie Foster and Gerard Butler, and "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl," in which she plays the title role opposite Stanley Tucci and Joan Cusack.
Her credits also include "Signs" and "Raising Helen," which also featured Spencer.
His credits include the title role in "Harold" as well as "The Shaggy Dog," "The Cat in the Hat" and the second and third installments in "The Santa Clause" trilogy. The 15-year-old next appears in M. Night Shyamalan's "The Happening," starring Mark Wahlberg, and is directing his first feature, a documentary detailing what he and his young peers experienced in the aftermath of Sept. 11.
The Breslins also are repped by Meredith Fine of Coast to Coast, manager Beth Cannon of Envision Entertainment and attorney Linda Lichter. They were repped by WMA.