Ted Danson Signs With WME (Exclusive)

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Ted Danson

He had been with CAA for three decades

Ted Danson has signed with WME, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively, splitting from his longtime agency CAA.

The veteran has toplined CBS' CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, now in its 15th season, since 2011. His previous television roles include critical favorites Bored to Death, Damages, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and of course, Cheers, for which he won two Emmys and two Golden Globes (he won a third Golden Globe for the 1984 telepic Something About Amelia).

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Danson was recently seen playing therapist to Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss in the mysterious indie The One I Love. He made his film debut in the 1979 crime drama The Onion Field, and followed that up with big-screen turns in Body Heat, Saving Private Ryan and Three Men and a Baby, among other feature credits.

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He continues to be managed by Keith Addis at Industry Entertainment Partners.