Uma Thurman Signs With ICM Partners
She will be seen next month opposite Tony Goldwyn in the Netflix YA drama series 'Chambers.'
Uma Thurman has signed with ICM Partners, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The Oscar nominee will next be seen opposite Tony Goldwyn in Netflix's YA drama series Chambers, which premieres April 26. She also is set to appear in Ghosts at this summer's Williamstown Theater Festival.
Last year, Thurman received the Actor's Fund Medal of Honor and appeared in Lars von Trier's The House That Jack Built, Summit's gothic YA adaptation Down a Dark Hall and The Con Is On opposite Tim Roth. She next will be seen in comedy The War With Grandpa opposite Robert DeNiro. In 2017, the actress made her Broadway debut in Beau Willimon's play The Parisian Woman.
Thurman, of course, broke out with her iconic role as Mia Wallace in Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, for which she received Oscar, Golden Globe and SAG nominations. She would later earn another SAG nom and win a Golden Globe for the HBO movie Hysterical Blindness before reteaming with Tarantino for Kill Bill: Vols. 1 and 2, which also garnered her Golden Globe and BAFTA mentions. In 2012, Thurman received an Emmy nomination for guest starring on NBC's Smash.
Her many other credits include Dangerous Liaisons, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, Henry & June, Beautiful Girls, Batman & Robin, Les Miserables, Sweet and Lowdown, Prime, Be Cool, The Producers and von Trier's Nymphomaniac: Vol. 1, as well as NBC miniseries The Slap.
Thurman continues to be repped by U.K.-based agent Jonathan Sanders for commercials and branding and by Untitled.