'Stranger Things' Star Finn Wolfhard Signs With CAA (Exclusive)
The young actor left APA in October after his agent was accused by others of sexual harassment and assault.
Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard has signed with CAA, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.
The young actor left APA on Oct. 20 after his agent, Tyler Grasham, was accused by multiple men of sexual harassment and assault, including incidents of sexual behavior toward a minor. APA fired Grasham shortly thereafter.
This past fall, Wolfhard starred as both Mike Wheeler on Netflix’s Stranger Things, which has been renewed for a third season, and Richie Tozier in New Line Cinema’s It, which has earned nearly $700 million worldwide. He will next appear in LD Entertainment’s ensemble drama Dog Days before starring opposite The Florida Project’s Brooklynn Prince in Amblin Entertainment’s The Turning, an adaptation of Henry James’ 1898 gothic novella The Turn of the Screw.
In addition, Wolfhard will voice a main character on Netflix’s Carmen Sandiego animated series, which is set to premiere next year. Gina Rodriguez, who has also signed with CAA following a departure from APA last fall, will voice the titular global thief, while Wolfhard will voice Player, her chief accomplice and friend.
Wolfhard and Rodriguez continue to share an attorney, Karl Austen at Jackoway Tyerman, and Wolfhard continues to be managed by Ryan Thomson at Velocity Entertainment Partners.