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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

"Sushi-Gate" Update

"At one point, he cited the Obama administration’s warning about mercury pollution as a grave threat, and also quoted the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. — 'no lie can last forever' — in expressing confidence that his reputation would survive the conflict with the producers."

-Jeremy Piven, still fighting charges from his Speed-the-Plow producers of violating his contract when he bailed on their show.

Piven caught a break a couple of weeks ago when fellow actors sided with him on a convened panel to hear the case. He denies, by the way, that this was a "sushi" problem and vows to return to the stage.

If this statement is any indicator, I wonder if he's already preparing for his next role--Jesus.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I hope that someone posts something about this guy...
...not the first time recently that a downtown actor has done good outside of the biz.