LOS ANGELES, April 25 (UPI) -- Alec Baldwin and his longtime agents have parted company, a spokesman for the Los Angeles-based Creative Artists Agency said.
A reason for the split was not given, but Baldwin publicist Matthew Hiltzik told E! News the award-winning actor made the move "strictly for personal reasons. It has absolutely nothing to do with his extremely talented agents who've done great work with Alec."
CAA also represents Baldwin's ex-wife, Kim Basinger. The couple's acrimonious custody battle for their 11-year-old daughter, Ireland, made headlines recently when a recording of an angry, profanity-riddled voice mail Baldwin left for their daughter was leaked.
Baldwin signed with CAA in 2002. Since then he's been nominated for an Oscar for "The Cooler," and earned both a Golden Globe and an SAG Award for his work on NBC's "30 Rock." He has appeared on the big and small screen, and has visited "Saturday Night Live" at least six times either as a host or in a cameo role.
Basinger, who won an Oscar for her role in "L.A. Confidential," is the new face of a global -- except in the United States -- print campaign for Coty's Lancaster skincare line, Women's Wear Daily reports.