Harry's Law (2011–2012)
Public Information Officer Cindy Bachman of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department tells Et that the 62-year-old character actor was arrested by the California Highway Patrol on Saturday at 9:27 p.m.
Bachman confirmed that McDonald was booked at the Big Bear Jail at 11:40 p.m., on charges of driving while intoxicated and driving while intoxicated with over 0.8 blood alcohol content.
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The actor -- best known for his roles in Happy Gilmore, Thelma & Louise, the NBC series Harry's Law and, most recently, as the owner of the owner of the Dallas Cowboys on HBO's Ballers -- allegedly veered off the highway and crashed into a gas meter, TMZ reports.
Et has reached out to McDonald's rep for comment.
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The 26-year-old is still wearing her high heels after many hours of press junketing at Hotel Polomar in West Hollywood, which Everett commends her for. (She'd already swapped her own for a pair of pink flip-flops.) Talk of heels turns to talk of drag and, before long, Macdonald and I realize we both played in the same
"Besides being an accomplished actor, Ed was also a true gentleman and a scholar, as well as being an incredibly kind and decent man. He will be sorely missed."
Edward Herrmann was born July 21, 1943 in Washington D.C. He grew up in the Detroit area and studied acting at the London Academy
According to Deadline, Camryn Manheim (pictured; "The Practice," "Harry's Law") is set to co-star opposite Halle Berry in CBS's upcoming summer drama series.
The serialized mystery thriller centers on Molly (Berry), an astronaut trying to reconnect with her family when she returns after a year in outer space. Her experiences lead to events that ultimately will change the course of human history. Manheim will play Sam Barton, Molly’s best friend and closest confidante.
"Extant" is a co-production of CBS Television Studios and Amblin Television. Steven Spielberg, Greg Walker, Mickey Fisher, who wrote the script, Brooklyn Weaver, Justin Falvey, and Darryl Frank will serve as executive producers. Halle Berry will serve as a co-executive producer. The series will be distributed domestically
Neve Campbell, Clarke Peters and Jamie Draven all star in Suzie Halewood's dystopian thriller "Division 19" which began filming in Detroit this past week.
Set in 2039, online viewers determine the fates of members of the burgeoning prison population. Neve Campbell plays Nielsen, the woman who runs all the jails. [Source: Screen Daily]
William Ragsdale ("Fright Night," "Herman's Head") is set to star in Vic Armstrong's new adaptation of the "Left Behind" novels.
The story takes place after The Rapture which has removed people of the Christian faith from Earth. Ragsdale will play Chris Smith, the copilot of Nicolas Cage's Rayford Steele lead character. [Source: Facebook]
St. Vincent de Van Nuys
Nate Corddry ("The Heat," "Harry's Law") has joined the cast of the Bill Murray-led, Ted Melfi-directed comedy "St. Vincent de Van Nuys" at The Weinstein Company. Filming is currently underway.
The story follows a 12-year-old striking
When a reporter at Friday's "American Horror Story: Coven" panel at the Television Critics Association Summer Tour in Beverly Hills asked her if this project was what made her want to do weekly work again after her last television series experience, Kathy said yes. She then shared her feelings about the end of her last TV series - "Harry's Law" on NBC - without mentioning the show ...
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The Oscar- and Emmy-winning actress stars on FX's "American Horror Story: Coven" this fall. At the show's TCA press tour session Friday (Aug. 2), she was asked if it took a show like "Ahs" to bring her back to TV after the way her last series ended.
That was "Harry's Law," which was canceled last year after two seasons. It had pretty strong total-audience numbers (8.8 million viewers) but was among NBC's lowest-ranking shows in the 18-49 demographic, which is the network's priority.
Bates did not shy away from criticizing that way of thinking.
"I think they treated us like s***," she says. "They disrespected us and our 7 to 11 million viewers, and they're getting what they deserve."
"Ahs: Coven" is scheduled to premiere in October on FX.
"Harry's Law" was considered a bubble show because it scored a mere 0.8 in the coveted adults 18-49 demo, but its overall ratings were healthy -- especially by NBC standards -- always pulling in over 7 million viewers. Because of this, its cancellation came as a shock to many fans -- and Bates herself.
The Oscar winner had some choice words for NBC during the Q&A for the FX drama, telling reporters, "I don't wanna give 'em any airtime -- I think they treated us like shit; they kicked us to the curb; they disrespected us; they disrespected our 7 to 11 million viewers every week, and I think they're getting what they deserve ... I wasn't gonna say anything about it, but who cares?
Other new hires are Anl Ameen ("Harry's Law") as Alby, Kaya Scodelario (Clash of the Titans) as Teresa, Ki Hong Lee ("The Nine Lives of Chloe King") as Minho.
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Those are just facts, and at its essence, this is a play about facts. Any piece about newspapers and a true newspaperman is about facts.
"Lucky Guy," which has already been extended to July 3, regularly causes pedestrian gridlock on 44th St. when the audience lets out at the Broadhurst Theatre and people queue up to see Hanks.
The play captures a great time in newspapers. It was such a great time and it is so well replicated on stage that it's hard to divorce that and see just the play. Even though this is Ephron's final play and Hanks' first Broadway appearance, it is not an excellent play. It is, though, incredible fun, particularly for those of us lucky enough to have lived some of it.
For newspaper reporters, it
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