Benjamin Bratt Signs With CAA (Exclusive)

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The 'Coco' star was previously with WME.

Benjamin Bratt has left WME for CAA, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.

He was most recently heard on the big screen in Pixar's Oscar-winning animated feature Coco, where he voiced the musician idolized by protagonist Miguel. Critic Michael Rechtshaffen said Bratt played his role with "pitch-perfect grandiosity" in THR's review.

Bratt also is a series regular on Lee Daniels' Star, which will resume its second season on March 28 on Fox. He previously received an Emmy nomination for his work on NBC's Law & Order, and shared a SAG award with the rest of the cast of Steven Soderbergh's Traffic. His other credits include Doctor Strange, The Infiltrator, Ride Along 2, Despicable Me 2 and The River Wild.

Bratt also served as consulting producer for the acclaimed 2017 documentary Dolores, which received a Critics' Choice Award for most compelling living documentary subject (labor and civil rights leader Dolores Huerta). The film debuted at Sundance last year and will premiere on PBS on March 27.

Bratt continues to be represented by Circle of Confusion and Myman Greenspan.