Rachel Bloom Signs With WME (EXCLUSIVE)

Rachel Bloom has signed with WME for representation in all areas, Variety has learned exclusively. She continues to be repped by Sugar23, Ginsburg Daniels Kallis LLP, and April Tombs at YMU.

Bloom is perhaps best known for the CW musical dramedy series “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.” Bloom co-created, executive produced, and starred in the series. It aired for four seasons at the broadcaster, with Bloom earning the Golden Globe for best actress in a TV series — musical or comedy in 2016.

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Bloom and her songwriting partners Adam Schlesinger and Jack Dolgen won the Emmy for best original music and lyrics in 2019 for the song “Antidepressants Are So Not A Big Deal,” which was featured in the fourth season of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.” Bloom and the show’s cast also performed the hit touring stage show “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Live,” followed by the taped concert “Yes: It’s Really Us Singing: The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Concert.”

Bloom also starred in her own solo tour, “What Am I Going To Do With My Life Now?” in 2019, which included a week-long residency at Just For Laughs. Most recently, she starred in her own one-woman musical comedy show Off-Broadway, titled “Death, Let Me Do My Show.”

Bloom’s other acting credits include shows like “Julia” at Max, a lead role in “Reboot” at Hulu, and the streaming films “Your Place or Mine” and “The School for Good and Evil” at Netflix. She has also lent her talents to films like “Trolls 2: World Tour,” “The Angry Birds Movie 2,” “Batman vs. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” and “Chip ‘n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers.”

She published her first book in 2020, which was titled “I Want To Be Where The Normal People Are.”

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