UTA board member and co-head of the talent department Tracey Jacobs and partner Billy Lazarus will become Daniel Radcliffe’s first U.S. agency representation. I hear it was very competitive and Radcliffe took other agency meetings. He continues to be represented by UK agent Sue Latimer at ARG and attorney Fred Toczek at Felker, Toczek, Gellman, Suddleson. Collectively, the first six Harry Potter films have grossed over $1.7 billion domestically. The 7th, Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, Part 1 is set to open November 11, 2010 with Part 2 released in July 2011. Radcliffe will next star in the independent horror thriller The Woman In Black, written by Jane Goldman and directed by James Watkins for Hammer Films.
Radcliffe at only age 21 already is a stage star as well as film. In his Broadway debut starring in Peter Shaffer’s play Equus, he was awarded Best Leading Actor at the Annual Theatre Fan Choice Awards, Best Leading Actor and Breakthrough Performance Awards at the annual Broadway.Com Audience Awards, and Drama League and Drama Desk nominations. He is also set to return to Broadway in spring 2011 to star in the revival of How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.
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