Oscar-nominated actress Uma Thurman has signed with UTA following an eight month stint at WME, TheWrap has learned.
Thurman, who starred in Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction" and the "Kill Bill" movies, is said to be looking to return to a full acting slate now that she recently gave birth to a daughter.
With unconfirmed reports of a third "Kill Bill" in the works, it's possible Thurman could pick up the sword to play Beatrix "The Bride" Kiddo again, though nothing has been set in stone.
The actress recently wrapped Lars von Trier's controversial film "Nymphomaniac," and her other feature credits include "Beautiful Girls," "Gattaca," "Batman & Robin" and "Henry & June."
Thurman was represented by CAA for many years, during which time she won a Golden Globe for her performance in the 2002 TV movie "Hysterical Blindness." She continues to be represented by Untitled Entertainment and attorney Ira Schreck.
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