Eric Stoltz Signs With UTA (Exclusive)
The "Pulp Fiction" actor has recently directed several episodes of "Glee," including one that will air in May.
Eric Stoltz has signed with UTA.
The Golden Globe-nominated actor is best known for his performances in films Pulp Fiction, The Rules of Attraction and Mask, which netted him a Globe nomination in 1986 for best supporting actor.
In recent years, Stoltz has turned to directing, helming episodes of Californication, Private Practice and Glee -- including an episode of the Fox comedy that will air in May.
His television credits include starring in Sci-Fi’s Capricia for two seasons and stints on Grey's Anatomy, Mad About You and Once and Again. Stoltz recently wrapped the Lifetime pilot Modern Love.
Stoltz's film credits also include The Butterfly Effect, Anaconda and Little Women.
He is managed by Helen Sugland at Landmark Artists Management.
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