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U.S. Actors Approve Deal With Studios, Ending Strike

Hollywood actors have voted to ratify the deal with studios that ended their nearly four-month-long strike, Andrew Dalton reported for the Associated Press (AP).


The deal marks the official end to Hollywood's most tumultuous year in half a century, with two historic strikes that shook the industry. I Photo: SAG-AFTRA Facebook



The approval of the three-year contract by members of the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) was not certain, with some prominent members expressing dissent.


The 78% approval result in voting, which began on Nov. 13 and concluded on Tuesday, was a significant relief for SAG-AFTRA leaders and the entertainment industry, aiming to return to normalcy after months of labor unrest.


All the news: Business man in suit and tie smiling and reading a newspaper near the financial district.

This marks the official end to Hollywood's most tumultuous year in half a century, with two historic strikes that shook the industry. Just over 38% of members cast votes, according to SAG-AFTRA.




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