SAG enters fray for actors' pay

Andreeva, Nellie
January 2008
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;1/18/2008, Vol. 403 Issue 9, p2
The article reports on the number of claims filed by the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) with the production entities behind the majority of scripted shows seeking half-pay for all regulars for up to five weeks in Los Angeles, California. The author says that overall deals were terminated because of the writers strike. Questionnaires have been sent out by SAG to talent representatives inquiring payment-related issues involving series regular clients.


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