UTA Signs Kat Graham – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: UTA has signed actor, musician, activist and entrepreneur Kat Graham (Cut Throat City) for illustration in all areas.

Graham will subsequent be seen starring reverse Ryan Phillippe and Jim Gaffigan in Vertical Entertainment’s thriller Collide, which is slated for launch in August. She may even quickly seem reverse Tom Hopper within the Netflix rom-com Love within the Villa, which is ready for launch the next month.

Graham’s just lately launched initiatives on the movie side embody Paramount’s thriller Heatwave, Netflix’s vacation pic Operation: Christmas Drop with Alexander Ludwig and RZA’s crime drama Cut Throat City with Ethan Hawke, Wesley Snipes, Terrence Howard, and Eiza González. She’s additionally been seen in such titles as Emperor, The Poison Rose, How It Ends, The Holiday Calendar, All Eyez on Me and Where’s the Money, amongst others.

Graham made historical past on the TV side as April O’Neil in Nickelodeon’s Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles—changing into the primary African American to voice the character between 2018 and 2020. She’s additionally been seen on The CW’s The Vampire Diaries and can reprise her Rise function in an upcoming Netflix movie, slated for launch on August 5.

Graham just lately launched the brand new album, Long Hot Summer, and introduced a world satisfaction tour—each, in partnership with GLAAD. She serves as a council member for that group, and holds further titles as an envoy for Rotary International and a governor for the Recording Academy’s Atlanta Chapter. She serves as a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner of Refugees, and was additionally behind At Risk Youth, a PSA quick movie inspecting the Black Lives Matter motion, which earned an Emmy nomination.

Graham at the moment serves because the worldwide ambassador for L’Oreal and has additionally served because the face for corporations together with Foster Grant, Ford, Samsung and Nivea and extra. She launched her wellness company Modern Nirvana final year, alongside Frank Elaridi and Bryant Wood, and with the help of Deepak Chopra.

Graham continues to be represented 3 Arts Entertainment and lawyer Roger Goff.

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