Greg Roman (IV) - News Poster


R.I.P. Bonni Allen

Bonni Allen, longtime talent representative, casting director and producer, died February 20 after battling cancer. She was 52. Allen represented a number of film, television and Broadway actors over the years including Nancy Opel and Teresa Parente. She turned to casting directing full-time after her client Jason Alexander was cast as George Costanza in the hit TV sitcom Seinfeld. She was also one of the first executives hired by cable television network Studio M/Weberworks. As Creative Executive In charge Of Acquisition & Development of New Projects and Casting, she worked with some of Hollywood’s major producers, including Jonathan Sanger, Lawrence Gordon, Steven Soderbergh, The Farrelly Brothers and Penny Marshall. She later returned to working as a personal manager partnering with Marrissa O’Leary to form allen + o’leary management, where her clients included Lauralee Bell, Greg Roman, Jonathan Fraser, and Nick Baillie.
See full article at Deadline TV »

Sneak Peeks - Modern Family 2.10 "Dance Dance Revelation"

The mid-season finale of Modern Family will be airing on December 8, and then the show will be on a short hiatus until January 5. Below are three sneak peeks and a synopsis from ABC.

The School Dance Brings On More Anxiety For The Parents Than For The Kids, On ABC's "Modern Family"

"Dance Dance Revelation" - It's Luke & Manny's first school dance and everyone gets in on the "fun" -- Jay and Phil have to take the boys on a mall run which becomes quite stressful; and Claire revels in the school dance committee duties, but gets a little jealous when Gloria shows up to help. Meanwhile, Mitch and Cam are horrified to learn that Lily is biting other kids on the playground, on "Modern Family," Wednesday, December 8 (9:00-9:31 p.m., Et), on the ABC Television Network.

"Modern Family" stars Ed O'Neill as Jay Pritchett, Julie Bowen as Claire Dunphy,
See full article at »

Episode Recap: The Mentalist - 3.05: "The Red Ponies"

  • TVStar
What happens when we get Jane (Simon Baker) out of the Fortress of Solitude, and back bonding with his team mates again? A ridiculously fun episode of The Mentalist (TV)! Really, if more filler episodes are as entertaining and light as this one, I'll officially be over the moon for this show again. I'm already mostly there; after all, I did get to see that even horses can't keep their muzzles off Patrick Jane. Animal magnetism. And it was hilarious. The opening scene was a true call back to the hey-day of season 1, when Rigsby (Owain Yeoman) and Cho (Tim Kang) are bored in the bullpen during the dreaded night shift. Rigsby immediately calls on Jane to entertain him with a card trick, and Jane readily obliges him. It was so nice to see a little of the old-Jane back, playing with his teammates again. Murder interrupts them, and we
See full article at TVStar »

See also

Credited With |  External Sites

Recently Viewed