Tom Selleck to Star in CBS Television Movie "Jesse Stone: Sea Change"





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Tom Selleck to Star in CBS Television Movie "Jesse Stone: Sea Change"  5/8/07


"Jesse Stone: Sea Change" Is The Fourth Movie In The Jesse Stone Series Starring Selleck

Multiple Emmy and Golden Globe Award Winner Kathy Baker ("Picket Fences") Joins the Cast

JESSE STONE: SEA CHANGE, starring Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Tom Selleck ("Magnum P.I."), will be broadcast Tuesday, May 22 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Selleck reprises his role as Jesse Stone in the fourth installment of the Jesse Stone franchise which includes "Stone Cold," "Jesse Stone: Night Passage" and "Jesse Stone: Death in Paradise." The movies are based on the best-selling series of books by Robert B. Parker. (Previously scheduled for an earlier date)

In JESSE STONE: SEA CHANGE, having settled in as the police chief of the small New England town of Paradise, Mass., Jesse Stone's (Selleck) ultimate nightmare has come true: He finds himself filling his time writing parking tickets and struggling to keep his ever-present attraction to beautiful women and booze under control.

With one of his officers on maternity leave and another fighting for his life after suffering a gunshot wound, Jesse's restlessness gets the best of him and he re-opens a 12-year-old cold case involving the murder of a bank teller. Jesse finds his unsolved case unfolding while he's also investigating the tawdry circumstances surrounding an alleged rape aboard a yacht during the town's annual Race Week.

Viola Davis, Vito Rezza and Kohl Sudduth reprise their roles as the staff of police officers whom Jesse inherited with the job. Stephen McHattie reprises his role as State Homicide Commander Healy, William Devane as Jesse's confidant, Dr. Dix, and Saul Rubinek as Jesse's now convicted and jailed former benefactor, Hasty Hathaway. Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Kathy Baker ("Picket Fences") joins the cast as a Paradise police officer, along with Sean Young ("CSI") and Rebecca Pidgeon ("The Unit") who star as young women who catch Jesse's eye, Mika Boorem ("Dawson's Creek") as a troubled teenager whom Jesse counsels, and James Gammon ("Nash Bridges") as a retired security guard with ties to the unsolved crime. (More)

Tom Selleck won an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award for his starring role as Thomas Magnum on the CBS series "Magnum, P.I." His other television credits include a recurring role on the series "Friends," for which he earned an Emmy Award nomination, the four-hour mini-series "Scott Turow's Reversible Errors," on the Network, and the television movies "Ike: Countdown to D-Day," "Monte Walsh," "Louis L'Amour's Crossfire Trail," "Running Mates," "Broken Trust," "Ruby Jean and Joe" and "Last Stand at Saber River." His feature film credits include "In and Out," "Three Men and a Baby," "Three Men and a Little Lady," "The Love Letter," "Mr. Baseball," "Folks," "Quigley Down Under," "An Innocent Man," "Her Alibi," "Runaway" and "The High Road to China."

Viola Davis' television credits include the series "Law & Order: SVU" and the television movies "Grace and Glorie," on the Network, "Amy and Isabelle" and "The Pentagon Wars." Her feature film credits include "The Architect," "Get Rich or Die Tryin'," "Syriana," "Out of Sight," "Solaris" and "Traffic."

Kohl Sudduth appeared in the television series "Grosse Pointe," "Law & Order: SVU" and "Sex and the City." His feature film credits include "The Banger Sisters," "Road Trip," "Bowfinger" and "Rounders."

Stephen McHattie's feature film credits include "A History of Violence" and "Secretary." His numerous television credits include the series "Walker, Texas Ranger," "Beauty and the Beast," "Kojak," all on the Network, and "Seinfeld."

Vito Rezza's television credits include the television movies "America's Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story," "Haven't We Met Before?," "Boss of Bosses" and the series "Due South," on the Network, "1-800-Missing" and "Street Time." His feature film credits include "Death to Smoochy," "One Tough Cop" and "It Takes Two."

Kathy Baker won three Emmy Awards, a Golden Globe Award and a SAG Award for her starring role in the in the critically acclaimed series "Picket Fences," on the Network. Her additional television credits include guest starring roles on "Touched By An Angel," on the Network, and "Boston Public," which earned her additional Emmy Award nominations, "Chicago Hope," also on the Network, "Nip/Tuck" and most recently, "Gilmore Girls."

William Devane, an Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award nominated actor, was recently in the television series "What About Brian," "Crumbs" and "24." His additional television credits include "Stargate SG-1," "The West Wing," "The Monroes," as well as "Early Edition" and "Knots Landing," on the Network. His television movie credits include "Monte Walsh," "Miracle on the Mountain: The Kincaid Family Story," on the Network, "Virus" and "The Preppie Murder." His feature film credits include "Space Cowboys," "Payback," "Marathon Man," "Yanks" and "Family Plots."

Saul Rubinek's television credits include the television movie "Gleason," on the Network, and numerous episodes of "Frasier." His feature film credits include "Unforgiven," "The Singing Detective," "Rush Hour 2" and "The Family Man."

Rebecca Pidgeon's television credits include the series "The Unit," on the Network, "In Justice" and "The Shield." Her feature film credits include "Shopgirl," "Heist" and "State and Main."

Sean Young's television credits include "CSI," on the Network, "ER," Boston Public" and "Third Watch." Her feature film credits include "Cousins," "Blade Runner" and "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective."

Mika Boorem's television credits include the series "Touched By An Angel" and "Walker, Texas Ranger," on the Network, "House," "Dawson's Creek," "Providence," "The Tom Show," "Ally McBeal," "The Drew Carey Show" and "Sabrina The Teenage Witch," and the television movie "Augusta, Gone." Her feature film credits include "The Patriot," "Along Came a Spider," "Hearts in Atlantis," "Mighty Joe Young" and "Jack Frost."

James Gammon's television credits include the series "The Waltons," "Gunsmoke," "Murder She Wrote" and "Barnaby Jones," on the Network, "Crossing Jordan," "Nash Bridges," "L.A. Law," "Homefront" and the television movies "Monte Walsh," "Truman" and "Streets of Laredo." His feature film credits include "Cold Mountain," "Wyatt Earp" and "Urban Cowboy."

JESSE STONE: SEA CHANGE was produced by TWS Productions II and Brandman Productions, Inc. in association with Sony Pictures Television. Emmy Award nominee Michael Brandman ("The Heidi Chronicles" and "Into the Woods") and Tom Selleck are the executive producers; Emmy Award nominee Steven Brandman ("The Heidi Chronicles") is the producer. Emmy Award nominee Robert Harmon ("Ike: Countdown to D-Day" and "Gotti," as well as the three previous Jesse Stone movies) directed from a script by Ronni Kern ("Helen of Troy").

RATING: To Be Announced


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