Carol Bodie, agent to Jon Hamm, Kim Cattrall and Jada Pinkett Smith, joins Jeff Berg in leaving the Hollywood talent agency
Carol Bodie, agent to Jon Hamm, Jada Pinkett Smith and Kim Cattrall, has left ICM Partners, two individuals close to the agency told TheWrap.
Bodie’s departure comes at the same time Jeff Berg, the agency’s former chairman and CEO, also announced he was leaving.
Neither Bodie nor Berg were asked to be partners in May, when ICM completed its buyout of private equity firm Rizvi Traverse and switched to a partnership.
Ever since that transition occurred, there has been movement in and out of ICM Partners, as the agency determined its new leadership.
Nicole Clemens, then-agent to "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter, left to work at FX. Bob Broder, agent to "Two and a Half Men" creator Chuck Lorre, left to work for Lorre's company.
Yet there is a major difference between those departures, which were harmonious, and the exits of Bodie and Berg. While Broder still has an office in the building, an individual close to the agency told TheWrap that Bodie and Berg were fired.