Kate Bosworth Returns to CAA (Exclusive)
She had signed with ICM Partners in June.
Kate Bosworth has returned to CAA after six months at ICM Partners, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.
She can currently be seen opposite Jason Ritter in National Geographic’s miniseries The Long Road Home, based on journalist Martha Raddatz’s account of the 2004 Iraq War incident known as “Black Sunday.” Next up is MGM’s post-apocalyptic survival thriller The Domestics, in which she stars alongside Tyler Hoechlin.
Earlier this year, Bosworth made the indie feature Nona alongside her husband, Michael Polish, who directed the drama about sex trafficking in Central America. The film was produced by the couple’s Make Pictures Productions, and they previously have collaborated as star and director in Big Sur, Amnesiac, 90 Minutes in Heaven and Before I Wake.
Since making her film debut at 14 in Robert Redford’s The Horse Whisperer and landing her big break as star of 2002’s Blue Crush, Bosworth’s subsequent credits include Superman Returns, Beyond the Sea, Still Alice, Heist, Black Rock, Straw Dogs, The Girl in the Park, 21, Little Birds, Win a Date With Tad Hamilton and, more recently, the BBC’s SS-GB and Crackle’s The Art of More.
Bosworth continues to be repped by Management 360.