Katie Holmes has left CAA and signed with ICM Partners.
The news comes just weeks after the early closing of the Broadway play Dead Accounts, in which Holmes, 34, starred opposite Norbert Leo Butz, due to weak ticket sales.
Holmes is next scheduled to appear alongside William Hurt and Allison Janney in a still-untitled indie feature, and has also signed on to appear in a new series of ads for Bobbi Brown cosmetics.
Shortly after filing for divorce from Cruise last summer, Holmes left her publicist and hired back BWR, with whom she had parted after marrying the Jack Reacher star in 2006.
Her departure from CAA, Cruise's longtime agency, marks an official end to any professional connections to her ex-husband.