Director-producer Taylor Hackford, who most recently helmed “The Devil’s Advocate” for Warner Bros., has signed with International Creative Management, where he will be repped by agency president Jim Wiatt, David Wirtschafter, Patty Detroit and Martha Luttrell.
Hackford had been with CAA for many years, and left the agency last weekend.
Among Hackford’s directing credits are “An Officer and a Gentleman,” “Against All Odds” and “Dolores Claiborne,” the latter two of which he also produced. Hackford also has produced the Academy Award-winning documentary “When We Were Kings” and the feature “La Bamba.”
Carrie Fisher has departed ICM and has returned to Creative Artists Agency, where she had been repped until February 1997.
Fisher will be represented in acting and writing by a team of agents including Carin Sage, David Tenzer, Byrdie Lifson-Pompan and Kevin Huvane.
While Fisher’s acting credits include the films “When Harry Met Sally” and “Soapdish,” she also has had success as a screenwriter and script doctor. She also has authored the novel and screenplay to “Postcards From the Edge,” as well as the novels “Surrender the Pink” and “Delusions of Grandma.”
Emilio Estevez (“Repo Man,” “The Breakfast Club” and “The Mighty Ducks”) has signed with the William Morris Agency. He will be repped by Ramses IsHak, Scott Lambert, Michael Dowling and Cassian Elwes.
Estevez most recently starred in “The War at Home,” which he also directed and produced. His upcoming credits include the TNT film “Dollar for the Dead” and “The Bang Bang Club,” which he will direct and star for Intermedia.
Estevez continues to be managed by Hofflund/Polone.
Actor Balthazar Getty — whose credits include “Natural Born Killers,” “Lost Highway,” “Where the Day Takes You” and “Lord of the Flies” — has signed with United Talent Agency.
He continues to be managed by Hines Management.
Actress Traylor Howard — who appears in the upcoming ABC sitcom “2 Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place” — has signed with United Talent Agency. Howard’s other credits include the indie film “Confessions of a Sexist Pig,” the upcoming MGM feature “Dirty Work” and TV’s “Boston Common.”
Actress Hillary Danner (CBS’ “Michael Hayes”) has signed with the Metropolitan Talent Agency, where she will be repped by Adam Levine and Karen Forman.