Paradigm sues Lauren Holly for 'NCIS' commissions
4:53 PM PDT 7/27/2009 by Eriq Gardner
"NCIS" actress Lauren Holly has been sued by her former talent agency for failing to transmit at least $83,790 in commissions.
Paradigm filed the lawsuit last week in California Superior Court. The agency claims to have represented Holly in a 2005 deal with CBS Paramount to star in "NCIS." The following year, Pardigm and Holly split, and the parties agreed that Holly would continue to pay her 10 percent commission on her "NCIS" deal to the agency.
Paradigm, represented by Joseph Costa at Costa Abrams & Coate, is now demanding that money. Here's the complaint.
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