Lenny Kravitz is back at CAA after a brief stint at UTA, returning to the talent agency where he spent the last decade and landed several major Hollywood roles. The move comes less than ten months after Kravitz parted ways with CAA in January for UTA, where he was repped by UTA Chairman Jim Berkus.
While his reason for leaving UTA so soon after signing is unclear, Kravitz did enjoy success during his last decade at CAA, landing big roles in films like Precious, The Butler as well as The Hunger Games and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Kravitz has recorded 11 studio albums that have sold more than 40 million copies worldwide and holds the record for the most Grammy wins in the “Best Male Rock Vocal Performance” category. Kravitz has 16 songs that charted on the Billboard Hot 100 and two that made the top 10.
Kravitz recently completed a successful world tour, which included European arena and stadium dates, as well as a series of performances in Mexico and North America in support of his latest album Raise Vibration. The North American leg of the tour was booked by UTA.
His creative firm Kravitz Design Inc. has made investment in a number of high-profile ventures including hotel properties, condominium projects, private residences, and deals with brands like Leica, Dom Perignon and Les Artisans De Genève/Rolex.