(Bob Findley) is the assignment editor for The Oakland Tribune
and Steve Everett's immediate boss. Findley is a man who appreciates
order and structure, punctuality and discipline. He is a company
man and, as such, has a big problem with Steve Everett.
All of this is compounded by the fact that Everett is sleeping
with Findley's wife. It isn't an unusual pattern for Everett,
but it does generate open tension, which has a way of compromising
the work environment.
Denis Leary brings an incisive wit and edgy anger to his performances,
much of which is reflected in his comedic standup work and the
various roles he has taken in both television and film
Leary's feature roles include a rebellious ladybug in DreamWorks'
"A Bug's Life"; a role in the ensemble drama "Monument
Ave."; a part opposite Robert DeNiro and Dustin Hoffman in
Barry Levinson's Oscar-nominated "Wag the Dog"; an appearance
in Tom DiCillo's "The Real Blonde" and a starring role
opposite Kevin Spacey and Judy Davis in "The Ref."
Leary's production entity, Apostle, recently released its second
independent film, the critically acclaimed "Monument Ave.,"
directed by Ted Demme, and produced Leary's HBO special, "Lock
'N Load," which attracted over 16 million viewers and was
the follow-up to his Showtime special "No Cure For Cancer."
Apostle also produced "Comics Come Home," which aired
on Comedy Central on New Year's Eve and benefits the Cam Neely
Foundation and the Neely House at the New England Medical Center.
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