No strike for actors?
Jul 04, 2001 by Ian Evans
SAG and AFTRA, the two unions representing 135,000 actors, have reached a tentative agreement with the major film and TV studios for a three-year contract.
Though the new contract still hast to be ratified by the members, it does have the effect of blowing the black cloud of a shutdown away from the Hollywood sky. Though details are to be kept quiet until the members vote, SAG president William Daniels said “I was right, there was a deal to be made, and for that I am entirely grateful.”