Television talent agent Sean Grumman abruptly left Creative Artists Agency on Tuesday, two individuals familiar with the matter told TheWrap.
Grumman was escorted out of the agency’s Century City, Calif., offices by security, one of the insiders added. The rep for actors like Golden Globe winning “The Affair” actress Ruth Wilson had been with the agency for roughly 15 years, according to his LinkedIn profile.
CAA and Grumman did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s requests for comment.
In addition to Wilson, Grumman’s high-profile client list includes “The Hunger Games” actor Donald Sutherland, and “This Is Us” star and renewed heartthrob Milo Ventimiglia and “Kingdom” star Frank Grillo. He was also on agency teams representing “The Walking Dead” star Norman Reedus and actress Nina Dobrev.
Grumman kept a relatively low social-media presence but seems well-liked by talent. The status of his client roster is unclear at present.
Beatrice Verhoeven contributed to this report.
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