Zooey Deschanel has left CAA and moved over to UTA, a person with knowledge of the situation has told TheWrap.
Deschanel, who stars in the Fox series "New Girl," was most recently on the big screen in April 2011's “Your Highness” for Universal Pictures and the Weinstein Company's “Our Idiot Brother” in August 2011.
Making her film debut in “Mumford,” Deschanel has notched up a long list of big screen credits, including “(500) Days of Summer,” “Gigantic” and “Almost Famous.”
Her female-centric entertainment and pop-culture website HelloGiggles.com is behind a number of ventures, including the series "Must be Nice," which sold to Fox.
And as a singer/songwriter for the band, She & Him, she has been nominated for the Grammys.
Deschanel, who had a team of agents at CAA, is also represented by manager Sarah Jackson and attorney Steve Warren.