October 29, 2010 by staff
Robert Urich, EXCLUSIVE: After a year in development, restart ABC Charlie’s Angels is directed to pilot production. The Sony TV project was originally produced in ABC pilot commitment last November as a writer Josh Friedman. It was not the pilot phase and, after the upfronts, was under renovation with new writers, Smallville creators / executive producers Al Gough and Miles Millar. At that time, was one of the 5 projects in the accelerated development of former ABC president Steve McPherson. Paul McPherson successor after Lee took over in August, has been the talk that he liked the script Gough and Millar. Top casting director John Papsidera recently underwent surgery in silence to start the exploratory search of some of the drivers. The project has just released an official breakdown and tell me they have closed in Miami as the location for filming, January eyes. Gough and Millar serve as executive producers Leonard Goldberg, executive producer of the original series, Drew Barrymore and Nancy Juvonen. The three also produced films of Charlie’s Angels two starring Barrymore. Until now, Charlie’s Angels has been closely following the successful restart of another popcorn 1970 series, Hawaii Five-0, which also went through two cycles of development until his second script by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Lenkov Peter was chosen to drive . It became a series, was recently elected to a full season. Now we will begin to guess which new television will be angels – Robert Urich (source: www.deadline.com)?
Robert Urich (December 19, 1946-April 16, 2002) was an American actor. He played the title role in the television series Spenser: For Hire (1985-1988) and Vega (1978-1981). He also appeared in other television series in recent years including: SWAT (1975), soap (1977) and The Lazarus Man (1996), as well as in several films including Turk 182!, Ice Pirates, and Magnum Force. Urich died in 2002 in Thousand Oaks, California. The actor announced in 1996 that was suffering from synovial cell sarcoma, a rare cancer that attacks the joints of the body, underwent several treatments for cancer over the last years of his life . Charmian Carr
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