SAG’s White Tested by Rosenberg

May 20, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Screen Actors Guild interim Executive Director David White is finding his conflict-resolution abilities tested by SAG President Alan Rosenberg, who calls a proposed deal with the studios “a bad contract” which includes some items that will “kill actors,” the Los Angeles Times reports. Rosenberg, who is deciding whether to run for reelection in the fall, tells the newspaper that the two “don’t strategize together because we’re on opposite sides.” It’s putting White in a position of having to defend a deal supported the most of SAG’s board, while its top elected officer fights against it, the publication concludes.
—Aimee Picchi

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