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FOX Orders Pilot for New Drama RAKE, Starring Greg Kinnear

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Related: FOX, Rake, Peter Duncan, Greg Kinnear

In 2006, Kinnear starred in the Academy Award-nominated film "Little Miss Sunshine." Other film credits include "Thin Ice," "Green Zone," "Flash of Genius," "Ghost Town," "Baby Mama," "Feast of Love," Invincible," "Fast Food Nation," "Bad News Bears," "Stuck On You," "Auto Focus," "The Gift," "Nurse Betty" and "You've Got Mail." He will next be seen in Josh Boone's "Writers," co-starring Jennifer Connelly, Kristen Bell and Lily Collins. The film premiered at the 2012 Toronto Film Festival. He also has completed production on Craig Zisk's "The English Teacher," co-starring Julianne Moore, Lily Collins and Nathan Lane. RAKE is Kinnear's first network drama pilot.

RAKE is produced by Sony Pictures Television, Fedora Entertainment and Essential Media & Entertainment Pty Ltd. The pilot is created and written by Peter Duncan. The pilot is executive-produced by Duncan, Peter Tolan, Michael Wimer, Richard Roxburgh ("Rake," "Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole") and Ian Collie ("Rake").


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