SAG plays Hookey as early fave for top spot

McNary, Dave
December 2000
Daily Variety;12/22/2000, Vol. 270 Issue 16, p4
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Informs that Jerre Hookey has emerged as an early favorite for the top post at the United States trade-union Screen Actors Guild to replace retiring Ken Orsatti. Hookey's post as director of the Denver office of the union; Challenges facing the new leader of the union.


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