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‘Will & Grace’ Alum Eric McCormack Signs with Gersh

29 September 2015 11:39 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Gersh has signed Eric McCormack, the agency announced Tuesday. Previously, McCormack was repped by ICM Partners.

Best known for starring in NBC’s hit “Will & Grace,” McCormack won a SAG award and the lead comedy actor Emmy in 2001 for his role as Will Truman during the eight-season run. He was also nominated for five Golden Globes for his work on the sitcom.

Following “Will & Grace,” McCormack toplined TNT’s crime drama “Perception” for three seasons, on which he also had producing and directing credits. His television work also includes TNT’s “Trust Me,” “The New Adventures of Old Christine” and “The Mysteries of Laura,” which reunited him with his NBC costar Debra Messing.

On the film side, McCormack’s credits include “Alien Trespass,” “Free Enterprise,” “My One and Only,” opposite Renée Zellweger, “The Sisters,” also starring Mario Bello, and Rob Lowe’s”Knife Fight.” He also made his Broadway debut starring as “The Music Man. »

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She Who Must Burn is Tied to the Stake at Fantasia: A Preview

3 August 2015 3:59 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

Provocative director Larry Kent is set to show his indie horror film, She Who Must Burn, at Fantasia (Montreal, QC). The film tackles both sides of abortion, in a bloody fashion. The film was shot in Vancouver, British Columbia. And, She Who Must Burn stars Sarah Smyth (Alien Trespass), Jewel Staite and Andrew Dunbar. A preview of the film's upcoming showing is hosted here. For more on the story, Angela (Smyth) is running a health care practice, in her home. Her abortion services do not sit well with activists. Soon, she is being targeted by a trio of anti-abortionists, who show true religious zeal. Now, Angela must wonder if her macabre practices have murderous consequences. A trailer for the film was released last year. The clip shows even more of the narrative as Angela is chased across the screen. Strange characters appear and local authorities appear overly trigger-happy. All of »

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