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Local Alabama ABC anchor who broke Clinton tarmac story dead at 45

A "passionate" Alabama TV anchor and former college football player who broke the infamous Bill Clinton tarmac meeting with then-Attorney General Lorreta Lynch died Saturday, according to reports and his employer. Christopher Sign, 45, was found dead Saturday morning by Hoover police in his Scout Terrace home, according to Al.com....
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Lauren Boebert Suggests 'Clinton Crime Syndicate' Behind Death of TV Anchor Christopher Sign

Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado has suggested that the "Clinton Crime Family" was responsible for the death of local news anchor Christopher Sign. Sign, an Alabama TV anchor and ex-University of Alabama footage player, was found dead at age 45 in his Scout Trace home on Saturday morning, according to the Hoover Police Department. Lt. Keith Czeskleba confirmed that his passing is currently being investigated as a suicide.
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TV reporter who broke story of Bill Clinton tarmac meeting with Loretta Lynch dies of apparent suicide

The death of Birmingham TV anchor and former Alabama college football player Christopher Sign is being investigated as a suicide, police have said.After a 911 call at 8.13am on Saturday, police and fire personnel arrived at a residence in Hoover, south of Birmingham, Alabama, and found the 45-year-old dead. “Our deepest sympathy is shared with Chris’s loving family and close friends,” the Vice President and General Manager of Sinclair Broadcast Group Eric Land said. “We have lost a revered colleague whose indelible imprint will serve forever as a hallmark of decency, honesty and journalist integrity. We can only...
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Birmingham news anchor Christopher Sign dead at 45

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Birmingham news anchor and former University of Alabama football player Christopher Sign died Saturday. According to AL.com, Sign was a reporter for the Birmingham station ABC 33/40 from 2000 to 2005. During that time he covered the 2001 Brookwood mine disaster and hurricanes Charlie, Frances and Ivan.
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Christopher Sign, Alabama news anchor, dies at 45

Christopher Sign, a former University of Alabama football player who became a familiar face anchoring the weekday evening newscasts in Birmingham, Alabama, has died. He was 45 years old. Police responded to a 911 call at a residence Saturday morning where they found the married father of three dead. Sign's...
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The Match Factory Boards Murakami Adaptation ‘Drive My Car’, The Next Film From Cannes & Berlin Director Ryusuke Hamaguchi

EXCLUSIVE: The Match Factory has boarded international rights to Japanese filmmaker Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s (Asako I & II) anticipated Haruki Murakami short story adaptation Drive My Car. The film, currently in final post-production, centres on stage actor and director Yusuke Kafuku, played by Hidetoshi Nishijima (Dolls). Two years after the sudden...

Scandi Sales Firm REinvent Launches Genre-Focused Wing REinvent Chills

REinvent Studios, the Scandinavian sales company tied up with local major SF Studios, is getting into the genre film world via REinvent Chills, a new wing of the company that will focus on handling rights for horrors, thrillers and similar subgenres. The company is launching the new arm with four...
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‘9-1-1’ Star Oliver Stark on Eddie’s Fate and Buck’s Big Christopher News

(Warning: This post contains spoilers for the Season 4 finale of “9-1-1.”) The fourth season of Fox’s first-responder drama “9-1-1” came to a close Monday with an episode that started off with Buck (Oliver Stark) spattered in his best friend, Eddie’s (Ryan Guzman), blood and ended with him being told that he would be the one to receive custody of Eddie’s son, Christopher (Gavin McHugh), if Eddie dies. Luckily, Eddie did not die and was actually the one to deliver this news to Buck in an emotionally supportive way just when he needed it most, rather than the devastating announcement that would have come if Eddie had not pulled through from that sniper’s attack.
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Christopher Gorham Joins Netflix’s ‘The Lincoln Lawyer’, Signs With Verve

EXCLUSIVE: Christopher Gorham has been tapped for a major role opposite Manuel Garcia-Rulfo in The Lincoln Lawyer, Netflix’s drama series based on Michael Connelly bestselling novels, from David E. Kelley and A+E Studios. Additionally, the Covert Affairs alum has signed with Verve for representation. Written and executive produced by Kelley...