After nearly two years without an agency, Winona Ryder has signed with International Creative Management, where she will be represented by Ed Limato and Dave Wirtschafter.
Ryder left CAA in February 1996, electing to be represented solely by her manager Carol Bodie, who had been her agent at CAA for many years before leaving the agency to become a partner in 3 Arts Entertainment. Earlier this year, Bodie left 3 Arts to set up her own shop. She will continue to manage the actress.
Ryder’s signing marks quite a coup for ICM, which has been pursuing the two-time Oscar nominee for some time.
The actress’ steady ascent from teen heroine to adult roles has been marked by such commercial and critical successes as “Beetlejuice,” “Heathers,” “Edward Scissorhands,” “Mermaids,” “The Age of Innocence,” “Reality Bites,” “Little Women” and “The Crucible.” She currently co-stars in Fox’s “Alien Resurrection.”