Fab news! ENTOURAGE’s Perrey Reeves has been cast for SECRET LIVES OF HUSBANDS AND WIVES on NBC!

Nellie AndreevaCheck it out in DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD:

EXCLUSIVE: In her first major series gig since the end of HBO’s Entourage, Perrey Reeves has been cast as one of the leads in the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced NBC’s drama pilot The Secret Lives Of Husbands And Wives. The project written by Sascha Penn, was inspired by Josie Brown’s 2010 novel.

The project, from Warner Bros. TV and Jerry Bruckheimer TV,
is described as thriller-dramatic soap that centers on a murder and the
secrets and lies within a tightly woven group of three suburban couples
and their families exposed in its aftermath. Reeves will play half of
one of the three couples, Danielle Deaver, described as flirty and funny
woman with a tightly wound personality and a dark secret that not even
she knows about. Reeves, repped by Paradigm and Mosaic, is best known
for playing Ari Gold’s (Jeremy Piven) outspoken wife Mrs. Ari on all
eight seasons of the Hollywood comedy.

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The PLAYBOY EMPIRE, Without Hefner (Christie, That Is): Can It Survive?


I'm always in awe of women who can make it in a man's world.

I've been particularly proud of how well Christie Hefner was able to run her father's magazine  — not to mention expand it both as a video and online brand — and still prove to be the consummate liberated woman. This article, in the New York Times, is a slight but insightful profile as to how one woman stepped out from behind the shadow cast by her father.

Now here's the big question: now that she's retired, what will happen to the Hefner empire?

My guess is a brand buy-out.

Good management starts from the top and works its way down — but unfortunately for him, Hugh likes to stay horizontal.

Ah, well.

Your comments welcomed…

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Secret Lives of Husbands and Wives

from Simon & Schuster/Downtown Press,
September 2010