Tracey Edmonds Signs With WME (Exclusive)

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The 'Extra' co-host previously was with CAA.

Tracey Edmonds has signed with WME, The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively learned.

She had been with CAA since 2014. Edmonds continues to co-host Extra, along with Mario Lopez and Charissa Thompson. She also serves as CEO of Edmonds Entertainment Group, through which she created, executive produced and co-starred in Deion's Family Playbook.

OWN so far has aired three seasons of the reality show, about the life of retired NFL and MLB star Deion Sanders. Edmonds also serves on the Producers Guild of America's Board of Governors and is an Academy member and an AFI trustee.

As COO of Our Stories Films, Edmonds has been considered the first African-American to lead a film studio. She continues to be represented by Fox Rothschild.