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Condoleezza Rice Signs with William Morris Agency

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A few days out of office and it didn't take long for the former rormer Secretary of State to get all Hollywood and sign with the famous William Morris Agency. But it's not what you think--she won't be making appearances in bad sitcoms. Condoleezza Rice will be joining House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Byron Dorgan, Sen. Jim Webb and former Sen. Fred Thompson to be represented for her upcoming books, lecture appearances, philanthropic activities and "new business initiatives in the media, sports and communications sectors," according to Variety. She's calling this career move a "reinvention and evolution."

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