Retta Signals Talent Hold Deal with NBCUniversal

NBCUniversal has signed a talent-holding deal with actress and comedian, Retta, who has starred in NBC and Universal Television’s “Good Girls” and “Parks and Recreation.”

Under the terms of the deal, Retta will collaborate on projects where she can star on the company’s entertainment platforms, including NBC, cable network Bravo, E!, Oxy, SYFY, Universal Kids, USA Network and Peacock streaming service.

“I have spent most of my career working with NBCUniversal and I am fortunate to have had a regular role on my first series on ‘Parks’, which continues to be loved by an established establishment. devoted fans,” Retta said in a statement. “It was the love for Donna Meagle that prompted Marti Noxon’s twenty-year-old daughter to encourage her mother to include me in the ‘Girlfriends’ Divorce Guide.” ‘Girlfriends’ gave allowing me to act in TV series, it allows Jenna Bans to see me as Ruby Hill, giving me one of my favorite roles Plus, I have a forever love for (EVP casting) ) Grace Wu, who gave me my first encounter in the industry after witnessing me stand on the Hollywood Reform stage many years ago. It’s a cozy and familiar place for me.”

“Meeting Retta over 20 years ago, it has been a joy to watch her grow from a hilarious stand to being a brilliant and engaging actress in both comedy and drama,” said Grace Wu, deputy director executive selects entertainment content at NBCUniversal, said Television and Streaming. “I don’t think she can’t do anything and we’re excited to find her next great role in the NBCU universe.”

“Retta is a dynamic artist and one of our all-time favorites at Universal Television,” said Beth Klein, executive vice president of talent and selection at Universal Television. “The possibilities with her are truly endless and we look forward to collaborating with her on this next chapter.” Retta Signals Talent Hold Deal with NBCUniversal

Curtis Crabtree

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