Charles Leclerc, a featured subject on the Netflix docuseries “Formula 1: Drive to Survive,” has signed with WME.
The agency will represent the 26-year-old racing phenom in entertainment and commercial ventures. At 20, Leclerc was the youngest driver in history to be signed to the storied Scuderia Ferrari team, in the midst of his debut F1 season with the Alfa Romeo Sauber team. He is currently in his fifth season with Scuderia Ferrari. Netflix recently announced that many of its racing pros from “Drive to Survive” will face off against pro-golfers for a streaming special to air in November.
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In the most recent batch of Netflix episodes, Leclerc battled for a world championship title and came in as runner-up. Off the track, he has cred in both the brand and scripted space. Leclerc lent his voice to the Italian language version of Pixar’s “Lightyear.” He was also featured in director Claude Lelouch’s 2020 short film “Le Grand Rendez-vous,” a remake of his 1976 original “C’était un Rendez-vous.”
Leclerc also intersects with fashion, music and architecture. He is a brand ambassador for luxury watch company Richard Mille, and was the face of the 2020 Giorgio Armani Made to Measure campaign.
Born in Monaco, Leclerc received the Monaco Medal of Honour in 2020, was named ambassador of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation in 2018, and is a strong supporter of the Red Cross of Monaco and the Italian Red Cross.
He continues to be managed by Nicolas Todt of All Road Management.
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