Clarke in pilot's seat with CBS holding deal

Andreeva, Nellie
October 2009
Hollywood Reporter;10/8/2009, Vol. 411 Issue 41, p3
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The article reports that actor Jason Clarke has signed a talent holding deal with CBS Television Network to star in a drama pilot targeted for next season. It informs that the pact stems from Clarke's performance as the lead in CBS' untitled U.S. Attorney drama pilot during this past development season.


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