Roger Michell has signed with Creative Artists Agency.
The legit-turned-screen helmer directed the 1999 Hugh Grant-Julia Roberts vehicle “Notting Hill,” which became the highest grossing British pic of all time, collecting worldwide gross of $363 million.
Prior to “Hill,” he helmed 1998’s “Titanic Town,” a film about the early troubles in Northern Ireland based on the novel by Mary Costello.
Michell began his career staging numerous legiters, the most recent being “Blue/Orange” by Joe Penhall, which is currently treading boards at the Royal National in London.
He is co-repped by Duncan Heath at ICM in London.