Brooke Shields has signed with Untitled for management, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The actress currently plays Air Force Colonel Kat Young on Lifetime’s Army Wives, which she joined midway through the recently completed seventh season, and recently starred in the indie comedy The Hot Flashes alongside Daryl Hannah and Wanda Sykes. This summer she also made her directorial debut with Chicago at the Hollywood Bowl. Shields starred as Roxie Hart in the musical on Broadway, where she also took favorable turns in Grease, Wonderful Town and Cabaret.
The showbiz veteran began her career practically at birth. She became the Ivory Snow Baby at 11 months. As a teenager she starred in Pretty Baby, Blue Lagoon and Endless Love, as well as numerous ad campaigns and magazine covers.
In the late 1990s, Shields received two Golden Globe nominations for her starring role in the NBC sitcom Suddenly Susan. On television, she has also starred in the NBC dramedy Lipstick Jungle and made memorable guest appearances on Friends, That ‘70s Show, Hannah Montana and Two and a Half Men.
The Princeton graduate has written several best-selling books, including Down Came the Rain: My Journey Through Postpartum Depression. The married mother of two recently published two children’s books, Welcome to Your World, Baby and It’s the Best Day Ever, Dad.
Shields continues to be repped by UTA.
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