Tony Hawk switches agencies
Creative Artists Agency to help pro skater further expand his empire with narrative-driven endeavors.
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This bird has flown the coop. The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that pro skater Tony Hawk has ditched his representation at the William Morris Agency and has signed on with rival firm Creative Artists Agency (CAA).
CAA has added the eponymous figurehead of Activision's long-running Tony Hawk's Pro Skater series of games to bolster its lifestyle and licensing business. According to the Reporter story, CAA plans to put the Carlsbad, California, native into "more narrative-driven shows and features." Previous narrative-driven features on the skater's resume include Lords of Dogtown, xXx, Gleaming the Cube, and Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol.