Johnny Depp arrives at the premiere of Disney’s ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ at Dolby Theatre on May 18, 2017 in Hollywood, Calif.
Johnny Depp has signed with Global Artist Management, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. GAM’s Paul Geary and Steve Wood will manage all aspects of Depp’s career except for film, which continues to be represented by CAA.
Geary and Wood launched GAM last year, and its roster includes rockers including Godsmack, Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry and Hoobastank. Depp, Perry and Alice Cooper’s supergroup Hollywood Vampires is co-managed by GAM and Shep Gordon.
Hollywood Vampires will perform its new single “Heroes” (featuring Depp on lead vocals) on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! June 19 in advance of the June 21 release of the band’s second album, Rise. Hollywood Vampires recently performed at Wembley Arena in London as well as a seven-city North American tour, including a sell-out show at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.
As an actor, Depp has been nominated for three Oscars and 10 Golden Globes, winning one of the latter for his lead performance in 2007’s Sweeney Todd.
This article originally appeared in THR.com.