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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Talent Agency of Tony Scott Files Creditor's Claim Against the Estate

Tony ScottWhen Hollywood Producer Tony Scott died, he had yet to pay his talent agent more than $1 million in commissions. So, the Talent Agency, CCA, has filed a creditor's claim against Scott's estate looking to obtain that lost revenue. Scott apparently owed CCA a total of $1,040,522, which is divided in the following manner: "$70,426 for 'Unstoppable', $450,000 for 'Man on Fire,' $110,096 for 'The Taking of Pelham 123,' $400,000 for 'Deja Vu,' and $10,000 for some video game project." It should probably come as no surprise to anyone that Tony Scott earned a pretty penny for his work on those movies. Scott committed suicide in August 2012 by jumping off an L.A. bridge.

See TMZ Staff, Tony Scott--Talent Agency Files $1 Mil Claim Against Producer's Estate, TMZ, Jan. 30, 2013.


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