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Wincott joining indie 'Nixon' plot

11 July 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Veteran actor Michael Wincott has been added to the cast of the indie drama The Assassination of Richard Nixon for director Niels Mueller. Set during the 1970s, Nixon centers on the true story of Philadelphia furniture salesman Sam Byck (Sean Penn), who hatches a plot to kill Richard Nixon after Byck's attempts to live out the American dream are dashed. Byck had planned to hijack a commuter flight in Atlanta and crash the airliner into the White House. Wincott will star as the older brother of Penn's character. Naomi Watts and Don Cheadle round out the cast. Mueller and Kevin Kennedy penned the screenplay. The project is being produced through Jason Kliot and Joana Vicente's New York-based Open City Films banner, with Monsoon Entertainment -- headed by Alfonso Cuaron, Jorge Vergara and Arnaud Duteil -- financing. Wincott is repped by Brillstein-Grey's Danny Sussman and Jai Khanna. His other credits include The Count of Monte Cristo, Along Came a Spider, Before Night Falls, Hidden Agenda and Alien: Resurrection. »

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ABC holds Benitez with drama deal

21 March 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Benjamin Benitez has inked a talent holding deal with ABC to star in a drama series project for the network. Earlier this year, he was selected to perform at both ABC's and CBS' diversity talent showcases and was offered the deal by ABC soon thereafter. The pact is set to run through January. Because it came down late in this year's development cycle, Benitez is expected to be considered for casting replacements on fall series as well as midseason shows. Benitez's credits include the features Frida, Pinero and Before Night Falls and guest appearances on such series as CBS' Without a Trace, the WB Network's Angel and Lifetime's The Division. He is repped by KM & Associates' Katherine Moore, manager Steven Fenton and attorney Jay Kenoff. »

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