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Champa leashes 'Good Boy!' role for MGM, Henson

18 October 2002 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Actress Jo Champa has joined the pack of Good Boy! with Matthew Broderick, Carl Reiner, Brittany Murphy, Molly Shannon, Kevin Nealon and Liam Aiken for MGM and Jim Henson Pictures. John Hoffman is directing the project from his own script based on original material by Zeke Richardson. Good Boy! revolves around the adventures of an alien dog who comes to Earth and becomes the pet and good friend of a young boy (Aiken). Henson's Lisa Henson and Kristine Belson are producing with executive producer Stephanie Allain. At the studio, Elizabeth Cantillon and Stephanie Palmer are overseeing. Champa gained notice in Italy for her starring turn in the Academy Award-nominated film La Familia, directed by Ettore Scola, and La Vie Del Signore Sono Finite, directed by Massimo Troisi. She is repped by WMA and the Bauer Co.'s Rob Marsala. »

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