LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT "Contract"
Episodic
UNIVERSAL NETWORKS TELEVISION
USA 1 HOUR EPISODIC

[4.08.08.thereel.contract]

Executive Producers: Dick Wolf, Warren Leight, Norberto Barba, Peter Jankowski
NY Episodic
Director: Jon Herron
Story by: Warren Leight & Peter Blauner
Teleplay by: Peter Blauner
Casting Director: Kimberly Hope
Casting Associate: Anne Davison
Shoot Dates: April 18 - 29, 2008
Location: New York

LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT
CHELSEA PIERS, PIER 62
SUITE 308
WEST 23RD ST & 12TH AVE
NEW YORK, NY 10011
 
CAST: CHRIS NOTH, JULIANNE NICHOLSON, ERIC BOGOSIAN

SEASON 7 – EPISODE 14 – “CONTRACT”
 
[BARRY FELDMAN] 40s-50s. Very successful, infamous head of a major film studio. A force to be reckoned with. Married to film producer Bev Tomkins. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about his shady film deals, his relationship with his wife and professional relationship with gossip columnist TK Richmond. (GUEST LEAD) 25

[BEV TOMKINS] 40s. Very stylish, attractive woman. Film producer who is in the process of producing a film based on a real unsolved crime from the 1980s. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about members of her cast, Barry Feldman - her very successful and infamous film executive husband, and her professional relationship with gossip columnist TK Richmond. (GUEST LEAD)

[JEANNIE] 17 years old. Pretty, very sweet, innocent high-schooler. Much younger sister of tabloid gossip columnist TK Richmond. She has been raised by TK since her parents died years ago.When she mentions she is interested in acting, TK uses his connections to try to open some doors for her. Very loyal to her brother, who genuinely wants the best for her even though all of his plans to help her go terribly awry. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about her brother’s gossip column and his possible Hollywood aspirations. (GUEST LEAD)

[FRANK CHESS] 40s. Handsome. A former mobster who recently left witness protection. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about his connection to a recent crime and his connections to the film business. (GUEST LEAD)

[ELLIOT FALLS] 40s. Successful New York newscaster. When he falls victim to a blackmailer, he contacts the authorities. When confronting the blackmailer while wearing a wire, an unexpected event ends their conversation prematurely. (6 scenes in teaser)

[TK RICHMOND] 30s. Tabloid gossip columnist. He can make and break reputations and knows it. Very likable despite his power to ruin people in 50 words or less. Protective of his younger sister, he wants to make sure that she is safe and provided for. Reaches out to his various high-profile contacts to try to diversify his portfolio. In the midst of one business meeting, tragedy strikes. (4 scenes in teaser)

[PHILIP LOMBARDO] 30s. Hip chef at a trendy Tribeca restaurant. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about his business relationship with gossip columnist TK Richmond. (1 scene)

[TED REGAN] 40s – 50s. Very successful real estate developer. Has several huge development projects under way and wants everyone to be aware that there is no one smarter or more successful than he is. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about his business relationship with gossip columnist TK Richmond. (1 scene)

[JOEY SNAILS] 40s - 50s. Heavyset. Low-level mobster who works as the muscle for his boss. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about gossip columnist TK Richmond’s
outstanding gambling debts. (1 scene)

[DR JACOBY] 40s. Male. “Doctor Feelgood” often found on film sets or surrounding himself with celebrities, he provides prescriptions for the rich and famous. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about one of his recent patients. (1 scene)

[DR. BENWAY] 30s. Male. Local Louisiana doctor who performed an autopsy on a high-profile person and shared the results with the national media. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about the accuracy of his report. (1 scene)

[RICHIE KAPLAN] 30s. Scruffy, disorganized screenwriter. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about the details in his screenplay about a real unsolved crime from the 1980s. (1 scene)

[DAVE MCELROY] 30s – 40s. Tough DA investigator. Places a body mic on a blackmail victim and prepares him to confront his blackmailer and get enough evidence to prosecute. Listens in as the confrontation takes a surprising turn. Fills in LOGAN and WHEELER about the details of the surveillance. (2 scenes)

[AL HIMES] 30s – 40s. African-American man. Tough DA investigator. Places a body mic on a blackmail victim and prepares him to confront his blackmailer and get enough evidence to prosecute. Listens in as the confrontation takes a surprising turn. Fills in LOGAN and WHEELER about the details of the surveillance. (2 scenes)

[LLOYD SPENCER] 30s. Handsome and talented movie star. Seen in dailies footage of an upcoming film based on a real unsolved murder from the 1980s; he is coming apart a bit as a result of health problems and the accompanying medication he is taking. (1 scene and 1 non-speaking scene)

[EVIE] 20s. High-strung PA at midtown TV news studio. Assists newscaster Elliot Falls and gives him an envelope containing sensitive information. (2 lines)

[SARAH] 19 years old. Very pretty aspiring actress/model. Hoping to get on film executive Barry Feldman’s good side. (1 line)