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Lee Byung-hun made the contract with Hollywood's biggest agency

2005/11/13 | Permalink | Source

It was confirmed on Nov. 11 that Actor Lee Byung-hun concluded the exclusive contract with the US biggest agency, Creative Artists Agency : CAA). The Client Information Dept. of CAA said on Nov 11 that Lee is a new client, who will be taken care of by Jenny Rollings.

The phone call with Jenny Rollings has not been conducted, therefore, it is not known yet what the contract contents are and what Lee is going to do with CAA in the future.

This is the first contract with the US agency as the Korean actor. The first Korean player who made a contract with Hollywood was Actress Kim Yunjin. She was contracted with William Morris Agency and is now appearing in "Lost".

Manager Rollings in charge Lee watched Lee's movie "A Bittersweet Life" in Cannes Film Festival in May, and she gave him a high praise "James Dean in Asia" who could make a success in Hollywood.

CAA is the biggest management agency in Hollywood in charge of top stars including Tom Cruise, Julia Roberts, Brad Pitt, Hugh Grant, Gwyneth Paltrow, Cameron Diaz and Nicole Kidman as well as Director Steven Spielberg and Jerry Bruckheimer.

The Source : Koreacontent News Team

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