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The U.S. Screen Actors Guild says its members have elected Ken Howard president and Amy Aquino secretary-treasurer. Both began serving their two-year terms Friday. Ballots were mailed to 99,485 paid-up SAG members Aug. 25, and 27,295 were tabulated Thursday for a return of 27.44 percent.
The Screen Actors Guild announced Tuesday plans to present U.S.
TV star Marg Helgenberger has filed for divorce from actor Alan Rosenberg, her husband of 19 years, court documents filed in Los Angeles show. Helgenberger is a cast member of the police drama series CSI.
A Los Angeles judge has denied Screen Actors Guild President Alan Rosenberg's appeal aimed at disrupting the union's contract talks with industry executives. The Hollywood Reporter said a special appeal filed as part of Rosenberg's Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit against the union was denied Friday. Rosenberg's fellow SAG officials -- Anne-Marie Johnson, Diane Ladd and Kent McCord -- are also serving as co-plaintiffs in the appeal and related lawsuit. The SAG officials are suing their own...
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge Tuesday denied the Screen Actors Guild's request for an injunction to restore Doug Allen to his leadership post.
Alan Rosenberg said he doesn't intend to leave his position of president of the U.S. Screen Actors Guild, despite the replacement this week of Doug Allen. Why would I leave? Rosenberg asked.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- In the first week of its online launch, TheWrap.Com ran an exclusive, candid print and video interview with Alan Rosenberg, the president of SAG, in which he stated "My life sucks," and asserted that he has no plans to step down from his elected post.
An attempt to oust Screen Actors Guild National Executive Director Doug Allen was tossed aside Tuesday in Los Angeles, President Alan Rosenberg indicated.
The U.S. Screen Actors Guild Wednesday announced strike authorization ballots will be mailed to members Jan. 2. The results are to be tabulated on Jan. 23.
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