Posted 9.27.07

LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT 

"Self-Made" 
Episodic 
UNIVERSAL NETWORKS 
TELEVISION  
USA 1 HOUR EPISODIC 
EPISODE 7: "Self-Made" 
   
Executive Producers: Dick Wolf, Warren 
Leight, Norberto Barba, Peter Jankowski 
Director: Ken Girotti  
Story: Warren Leight & Jerome Hairston 
Teleplay: Jerome Hairston 
Casting Director: Kimberly Hope 
Casting Associate: Anne Davison 
Shoot Dates: October 4 - 16, 2007 
Location: New York  
  
 
PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT ANY ACTORS WHO HAVE ALREADY WORKED 
ON "CRIMINAL INTENT" LAST SEASON (2006–2007). 
 
ALL ACTORS MUST BE AVAILABLE TO WORK ENTIRE SHOOT – THE 
SCHEDULE IS LIKELY TO CHANGE. WE CANNOT WORK AROUND OTHER 
FILM SCHEDULES AND WE CANNOT GUARANTEE ACTORS FOR AN 8 P.M. 
CURTAIN. 
 
CAST: VINCENT D’ONOFRIO, KATHRYN ERBE, ERIC BOGOSIAN 
 
SEASON 7 – EPISODE 7 – “SELF-MADE”  
 

SEEKING: 
  
[TJ HAWKINS] -Early 30s. Best-selling author and infamous bad boy. The Colin Farrell 
of the book world. Questioned by GOREN and EAMES after one of his fellow-writers is 
the victim of a violent crime. (GUEST LEAD)  
[LIONEL SHAW]- 60s. Distinguished man. Author of novel that was a best-seller in the 
1960s. Hasn’t had an equivalent success since then but makes a nice living on the lecture 
circuit and is a respected writing teacher and mentor to a number of up-and-coming 
writers. Questioned by GOREN and EAMES after a protégé of his is the victim of a 
violent crime. (GUEST LEAD)  
[GARETH WISE]-40s. Slick literary agent with a reputation for crossing the line with 
aspiring female writers. Questioned by GOREN and EAMES after a young writer he has 
recently taken an interest in is a victim of a violent crime. (SUPPORTING)  
[D TOUR] -20s. African-American man. A small-time pot dealer, he finds himself in over 
his head when he angers a rival drug posse. Questioned by GOREN and EAMES when a 
recent violent crime is connected to him and his new enemies. (SUPPORTING)  
[ARIANA WRIGHT]- Late 40s-50s. Legendary editor-in-chief of a powerful publishing 
house. Questioned by GOREN and EAMES after one of her employees is the victim of a 
violent crime. (SUPPORTING)  
[KIRA DANIELS]- 20s. African-American woman. Pretty. After receiving a scholarship 
to a private school and to Bryn Mawr, aspiring writer Kira lands herself a job as assistant 
to legendary editor Ariana Wright. Just when things are looking brightest for Kira’s 
future, a person from her past may have had a hand in ending her career for good. 
(Several scenes in teaser)  
[PAIGE ALLEN]- 20s. Upper east side waif. Assistant at Ariana Wright’s publishing 
house. Questioned by GOREN and EAMES after she discovers that a co-worker is a 
victim of a violent crime. (2 scenes)  
[IDA]- 50s. African-American woman. West Indian accent. Questioned by GOREN and 
EAMES about her murdered daughter’s acquaintances. (1 scene)  
[CHAYNE]- 19 years old. African-American man. Fit. Questioned by GOREN and 
EAMES about his sister’s acquaintances after she is a victim of a violent crime. (1 scene) 
[SHARON ADAMS]- Mid 30s. African-American. Questioned by GOREN and EAMES 
about her relationship with literary agent Gareth Wise and his impact on the current state 
of her writing career. (1 scene)  
[CHAD] -20s. Head animator at an animation studio in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Questioned 
by GOREN and EAMES about the behavior and background of one of his employees. (1 
scene)  
[DET. WILLIS]- 40s. African-American man. Walks GOREN and EAMES through the 
crime scene. (1 scene)  
[CONSTANCE]- Late 40s-50s. Asian-American woman. Defense lawyer representing  
Gareth Wise when he is questioned by GOREN and EAMES. Old school hard ass. (1 
scene)  
[D TOUR’S MOTHER] -40s. African-American woman. Cries out for help when her son 
is left beaten and seriously injured. (1 line)  
[DRIVER] 20s. African-American man. Makes a verbal threat to D Tour as he drives by. 
(1 line)  
[AMOS] -30s and older. Beatnik writer. One of Lionel Shaw’s students. (2 lines)  
[TOM]- 20s. Caucasian. Assistant to powerful literary agent and demanding and difficult 
boss, Gareth Wise. (1 line)  
tr