Liv Tyler Signs With CAA


EXCLUSIVE: Actress Liv Tyler has signed with CAA.

The move comes just a few months after the conclusion of principal photography on Captain America: Brave New World, the superhero flick marking her return to the MCU which will have her reprising her role as scientist Betty Ross.

Tyler first played the part in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk and stars here opposite Anthony Mackie, Danny Ramirez, Carl Lumbly, Tim Blake Nelson, Shira Haas, and Harrison Ford. A continuation of Disney+’s miniseries The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which saw Mackie’s Sam Wilson assume the mantle of Captain America, the film directed by Julius Onah is currently scheduled for release July 26, 2024.

Most recently seen starring opposite Brad Pitt in James Gray’s sci-fi drama Ad Astra, Tyler began acting at the age of 16 and made her film debut with Warner Bros’ 1994 psychological thriller Silent Fall

She then went on to star in such films as James Mangold’s Sundance prize-winning directorial debut Heavy, Bernardo Bertolucci’s Tuscan coming-of-age drama Stealing Beauty, Armageddon, Peter Jackson’s behemoth Lord of the Rings trilogy, which won a Critics Choice Award for Best Acting Ensemble, as well as a SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, and the dramedy Empire Records. Other film credits include That Thing You Do!, Lonesome Jim, Onegin, and Jersey Girl.

In television, Tyler has starred on Fox’s 9-1-1: Lone Star, HBO’s acclaimed Damon Lindelof drama The Leftovers with Justin Theroux and Christopher Eccleston, the BBC historical drama Gunpowder opposite Kit Harington, and the Hulu/ITV production Harlots. She continues to be represented by Barry Hirsch at Hirsch Wallerstein Hayum and Slate PR.

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