British movie hunk Orlando Bloom is being sued by the bosses of his former management company over claims he still owes them for securing high-profile film roles for him.

The executives at Hollywood company The Firm are asking for in excess of $600,000 (GBP333,300) in unpaid commissions from the actor after allegedly helping him land leading roles in ELIZABETHTOWN, Kingdom of Heaven and the PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN sequels, among other projects, according to entertainment news website

Bloom quit the company earlier this year (05) and signed with rivals Brillstein-Grey.