“Squid Game” Star Park Hae Soo Signs With United Talent Agency


Park Hae Soo has signed with American talent agency UTA, to continue her global activities. A major agency, it is also home to many big names like Paris Hilton and Jessica Alba. Earlier this year, Park Hae Soo’s “Money Heist: Korea” co-star Jeon Jong Seo also signed with United Talent Agency in May.

The agency signed the actor across the board, while BH Entertainment continues to represent Park Hae Soo in South Korea. The talented actor made his musical theater debut in 2007, with “The Strongest Comedy Mr. Lobby.” He then worked in many other theatrical productions including “Annapurna”, “39 Stairs”, “The Chorus – Oedipus”, “Macbeth”, “Frankenstein”, etc.

In 2017, Park Hae Soo played his first-ever TV lead role in the TVN series “Prison Playbook,” alongside Jung Kyung Ho. Playing a superstar baseball pitcher who goes behind bars after turning into a convict. overnight, the role won Best New Actor for Park Hae Soo at the Seoul Awards.

The actor gained increased international popularity after his appearance in the Netflix original series “Squid Game” as number 218, in 2021. With his outstanding performance in the series as Cho Sang Woo (number 218), Park Hae Soo received nominations for Best Supporting Actor at the Blue Dragon Series Awards, Best Supporting Actor in a Streaming Series, Drama at the Hollywood Critics Association TV Awards, as well as a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.

Earlier this year, Park Hae Soo took on the role of Berlin in the Korean remake of the Spanish crime drama “Money Heist.”

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