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We're exactly 2 weeks away from the
premiere of WHITE COLLAR! White Collar will premiere with limited
commercial interruption on Friday, Oct 23 at 10pm/9c!
USA Network presents its next new original series, WHITE
COLLAR, starring Matt Bomer (“Chuck,” “Tru Calling”), Tim DeKay (“Tell
Me You Love Me,” “Carnivàle”), Tiffani Thiessen (“What About Brian,” “Fastlane”)
and Willie Garson (“Sex and the City,” “John from Cincinnati”). On
Friday, October 23 at 10/9c, WHITE COLLAR will debut with a special
episode followed by 13 one-hour episodes. The show is shot entirely on
location in and around New York City.
WHITE COLLAR will launch its first episode immediately following MONK,
which is currently in its eighth and final season.
WHITE COLLAR is about the most unlikely of partnerships between a con
artist and an FBI agent. The story unfolds after charming criminal
mastermind Neal Caffrey (Bomer) is caught by his nemesis, G-Man
extraordinaire Peter Burke (DeKay). After escaping from a
maximum-security prison to find his long-lost love, Neal is nabbed by
Peter once again. Rather than returning to jail for this daring getaway,
Neal suggests an alternate plan - providing his expertise to assist the
Feds in putting away infamous and elusive criminals in return for his
freedom. Thiessen plays Peter’s wife, Elizabeth, an intelligent,
high-status event planner with a certain intuition of her own. Garson
plays Mozzie, a friend of Caffrey's with a strong distrust of the Feds
and an unyielding belief in conspiracy theories. Diahann Carroll
(“Grey’s Anatomy,” “Dynasty”) guest stars in the pilot and will appear
as a dynamic recurring character. WHITE COLLAR also features Sharif
Atkins (“ER”), Natalie Morales (“The Middleman”) and James Rebhorn
(“Book of Daniel”).
WHITE COLLAR was created and is executive produced by Jeff Eastin
(“Hawaii,” “Meet the Marks”) and comes from Fox Television Studios.
Bronwen Hughes (USA’s “BURN NOTICE,” "Breaking Bad,” “Forces of Nature”)
directed the pilot. Clifton Campbell (“Street Time,” “Profiler”) and Tom
Garrigus (“Swingtown,” “Everwood”) serve as consulting producers.
For gallery and episodic photos of WHITE COLLAR, as well as all USA
projects, please log on to the NBC Universal Media Village at
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Matt Bomer stars as Neal Caffrey in the new USA Network original series
WHITE COLLAR premiering Friday, October 23, 2009 at 10/9c.
Bomer’s television credits include a lead role in the ABC series
“Traveler,” and recurring roles on the NBC series “Chuck” and the FOX
series “Tru Calling.”
In feature films, Bomer starred in New Line’s “The Texas Chainsaw
Massacre: The Beginning,” and appeared in “Flightplan” with Jodie
Bomer received a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University. After college, he
moved to New York, where he worked on stage until landing roles on
Bomer currently resides in Los Angeles.
Jeff Eastin created and executive produces the new USA Network original
series WHITE COLLAR premiering Friday, October 23, 2009 at 10/9c.
Once named by the Los Angeles Times as one to watch in the industry,
Eastin graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in
journalism and landed a position as director of photography on two Roger
Corman films shooting in Colorado, "Lock & Load" and "White Fury."
Shortly thereafter, he loaded his belongings into a Volkswagon camper
and headed for Hollywood, where he planned to pursue a career in
On the way to L.A., he began writing a screenplay called "Shadow
Dancer," a thriller inspired by the Billy Joel song "The Stranger." By
coincidence, the script landed on the desk of producer Zalman King
("Wild Orchid," "Red Shoe Diaries") who optioned it immediately. Eastin
then wrote a script about a small town hostage situation, which was
produced by Trimark Entertainment and released under the title "Held Up"
starring Jamie Foxx. Eastin was also chosen by director James Cameron to
pen the “True Lies” sequel.
For television, he created and executive-produced the series “Hawaii”
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