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Eagerly taking classes to develop his skills in the field by the age of six, the boy fortunately did not wait long to taste his first cinematic experience when he was selected to play Vern Tessio in "Stand by Me" (1986) at age 11.
"What a beautiful family," one of Rebecca's nearly 89,000 followers commented on the cute pic with another adding, "You guys are too cute!In this case – IF this report is accurate – it seems a given to say that Jerry either doesn’t care all that much about his marriage, or he just really, REALLY needs a consistent job.It’s not as though being an actor in Hollywood is easy, especially one that’s past his groove; Jerry hasn’t booked any major role in years, and he’s probably hoping that this co-hosting gig will give him the kickstart he so desperately needs.We love this show for our channels," Marie Jacobson, executive vice president of programming and production for Sony Pictures Television Networks, said in a statement Thursday.Poitier is the daughter of Oscar-winning actor Sidney Poitier.Sony Pictures Television has commissioned a detective procedural series starring Jerry O’Connell and Sydney Poitier.
Carter (10×60′) will be directed by Scott Smith (The Magicians, Skins) and is set for the studio’s international channels, including AXN.
However, he only needs to look at past co-hosts to see that sustained career success doesn’t necessarily come with this job. Should Jerry O’Connell move to New York City for this job, and leave his wife to do so?
Or should he stick it out in LA and hope for the best?
Principal photography will begin next month in North Bay, Ontario.
The 10-episode show follows O'Connell's title character, an actor known for playing a detective on a hit TV show and forced to return to his hometown after an embarrassing public meltdown in Hollywood, a press release explained.
Apparently, he’s willing to give up his home in LA and his almost ten-year marriage to Rebecca to land the job of his dreams. And therein lies the eternal problem of Hollywood (and really, couples everywhere): what does one do when one’s spouse has a shot at landing their dream job, but it requires a cross-country move? Maybe that’s a problem with Kelly Ripa, maybe that’s just a problem with the show and its executives.