Gaby Hoffmann Signs With Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment

Gaby Hoffmann Signs With Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment

EXCLUSIVE: Emmy-nominated Gaby Hoffmann, best known for her work on Amazon’s Transparent and HBO’s Girls, has signed with Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment for management.

Hoffman earned three Emmy nominations, two for Supporting Actress on Transparent for her role as Ali Pfefferrman, and a Guest Actress nomination for her performance as Adam’s erratic and mesmerizing sister Caroline on Girls. She currently can be seen starring as the distraught mother of a missing son in Netflix’s praised limited series Eric opposite Benedict Cumberbatch. 

Hoffmann got her start as a child actor, landing scene-stealing roles with filmmakers such as John Hughes and Nora Ephron. Early credits include features Uncle Buck, Sleepless in Seattle and Field of Dreams.

Hoffmann’s other recent notable credits include indie features C’mon C’mon; Wild; Obvious Child; You Can Count On Me; 200 Cigarettes; and for TV, Adam McKay’s Winning Time at HBO. Upcoming, she will be seen in Netflix limited series Zero Day, opposite Lizzy Caplan, Jesse Plemons, and Robert DeNiro. 

Also a director, Hoffmann has helmed episodes of Transparent and HBO’s Room 104.

Hoffmann continues to be repped by attorney Michael Mahan at Peikoff Mahan.