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    'American Idiot' Actor Joins Stephen King Adaptation 'A Good Marriage'
    June 23, 2013

    Theo Stockman will play the son of Joan Allen and Anthony LaPaglia in the movie, currently in production.

    Rising actor Theo Stockman has joined Joan Allen and Anthony LaPaglia in A Good Marriage, the indie adaptation of Stephen King’s 2010 novella.

    The movie, currently in production, is being directed by Peter Askin and sees Allen play a woman named Darcy, who discovers the sinister and gruesome double life that her husband and the father of their two children, played by LaPaglia, has been living.

    Stockman is playing their son, a man who made a name for himself in the advertising world and is enjoying his newfound success. 

    King wrote the screenplay.

    Stockman has appeared in shows such as Blue Bloods, Private Practice, CSI, Nurse Jackie and 30 Rock. He also appeared in Broadway productions of American Idiot and Hair.

    Full article at Hollywood Reporter: HERE

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on June 23, 2013

Theo Stockman will play the son of Joan Allen and Anthony LaPaglia in the movie, currently in production.

Rising actor Theo Stockman has joined Joan Allen and Anthony LaPaglia in A Good Marriage, the indie adaptation of Stephen King’s 2010 novella.

The movie, currently in production, is being directed by Peter Askin and sees Allen play a woman named Darcy, who discovers the sinister and gruesome double life that her husband and the father of their two children, played by LaPaglia, has been living.

Stockman is playing their son, a man who made a name for himself in the advertising world and is enjoying his newfound success. 

King wrote the screenplay.

Stockman has appeared in shows such as Blue Bloods, Private Practice, CSI, Nurse Jackie and 30 Rock. He also appeared in Broadway productions of American Idiot and Hair.

Full article at Hollywood Reporter: HERE

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