Chicago P.D.’s Marina Squerciati has signed with Gersh for theatrical, stage and literary representation.
Squerciati has played the series regular role of Kim Burgess in NBC’s Chicago P.D., now in its fifth season, since the series launch in 2014. She first gained attention in television for her recurring roles in Gossip Girl and as Russian spy, Irina, in The Americans. On the film side, she was last seen as Josh Gad’s wife in Marshall and in indie horror film Central Park. Squerciati also has worked in New York theater on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and won awards for her work in the New York Fringe Festival for her portrayal of Judy Holliday.
As a writer, she and her writing partner Patrick Webb won the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival’s Eat My Shorts Competition from Kevin Hart’s LOL Network for their film Special Skills: Episode 2 “Hot Tea.”
Squerciati continues to be managed by MJ Management and attorney Rick Genow.