David Schwimmer Jumps Back to Gersh From CAA (Exclusive)

The former “Friends” actor had been with CAA for a couple years

David Schwimmer has returned to The Gersh Agency, the talent shop confirmed to TheWrap. Schwimmer had been at CAA for a couple of years, but was at Gersh before then.

The move reunites Schwimmer with longtime agent Leslie Siebert, a partner at Gersh.

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Schwimmer has lined up a series of films and plays since his career-defining turns in “Friends” and “Band of Brothers.”

He appeared in Neil LaBute’s “Some Girl(s)” in London and made his Broadway debut in “The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial.” On the film side, he appeared in “The Iceman” and “John Carter” while also lending his voice to the “Madagascar” animated film franchise.

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He has a few projects in development as a producer, and has also directed a pair of films in recent years.