THE 2011 IJPC ASSOCIATES PREMIUM DVD
A Three Dual Layer-DVD Set – 11:46:05 – 327 clips
Produced and Written by Joe Saltzman
(With Special Thanks to Jennifer Floto, Liz Mitchell and Xing Ju)
Edited by Lee Warner
This IJPC three dual-layer-disc video compilation for IJPC Associates runs 11:10:37 and contains 323 movie and television clips tracing the image of the public relations practitioner in films and television from 1901 to 2011.
This disc can be used in a variety of ways. It is the perfect introduction to any communications class on the public relations practitioner in popular culture. It could be used in any class on history, media, ethics, communication studies or any class discussing the role of the public relations in our society.
The premium DVD is for personal use only and is available only to IJPC Associates. It is not available anywhere else.
NOTE: There is some profanity and nudity in this video. Please screen privately before showing it to your class. For specific information on each film or TV program, check the online IJPC Database.
The results of a major study, "The Image of the Public Relations Practitioner in Movies and Television, 1901-2011" can be found in a special edition of The IJPC Journal on "The Image of the Public Relations Practitioner in Popular Culture," Vol. 3, Fall 2011-Spring 2012. Joe Saltzman, professor of journalism at USC Annenberg and director of the IJPC, examined images of the public relations practitioner in film and television appearing in more than 327 English-speaking films and television programs from 1901 to 2011. This is the largest study of its kind ever attempted and one of the first to include the image of the public relations practitioner in television programs. Many public relations practitioners believe that the image of the publicist and the public relations professional is one of the most negative in history. But this analysis indicates that the images of the PR practitioner are far more varied and even more positive than previously thought. The complete analysis of 222 films and 105 television programs can be found in The IJPC Journal.
DISC ONE: The Image of the Public Relations Practitioner in Movies and TV, 1901 to 1959, 113 clips, 3:41:07
1901 – Terrible Teddy, the Grizzly King
Theodore Roosevelt merrily kills a mountain lion in Colorado while his press agent and photographer
record the event for posterity.
1925 – The Goose Woman
Police promise the Goose Woman publicity and turn her into a headliner if she cooperates with authorities.
1929 – Cohens and Kellys in Atlantic City, The
The younger generation tries new publicity stunts such as a beauty contest to make more sales.
1929 – Gentlemen of the Press
Wickland Snell (Walter Houston), a star reporter, takes a job as a public relations man
to make more money to help his family.
1930 – Hook, Line and Sinker
Wilbur Boswell (Bert Wheeler) and Addington Ganzy (Robert Woolsey) launch a phony public relations campaign
presenting a run-down hotel as a resort favored by the rich.
1930 – Follow the Leader
Press Agent Sam Platz (Lou Holtz).
1931 – The Miracle Woman
Press Agent-Manager Bob Hornsby (Sam Hardy) blackmails an evangelist after making her famous.
1931 – The Guilty Generation
Publicist Nellie Weaver (Ruth Warren), publicity woman.
1931 – The Black Camel
Press Agent Jimmy Bradshaw (Robert Young).
1931 – Millie
Reporter Tommy Rock (Robert Ames) gets a public relations job.
1932 – The Half-Naked Truth
New York Publicity Man Jimmy Bates (Lee Tracy) starts off as a barker at a down-at-the-heels carnival
before becoming a powerhouse New York publicity man.
1933 – Professional Sweetheart
Press Agent Speed (Frank McHugh).
1933 – Murders in the Zoo
Press Agent Peter Yates (Charles Ruggles) gets a job doing public relations for the zoo.
1933 – Blonde Bombshell
Press Agent E.J. "Space" Hanlon (Lee Tracy) is a two-faced publicity man for Monarch Studios.
1933 – Bureau of Missing Persons
Press Agent Mr. Engel (Jack Wise).
1933 – Made on Broadway
New York Press Agent Jeff Bidwell (Robert Montgomery) turns a suicidal girl into a celebrity.
1933 – Hard to Handle
Press Agent Myron "Lefty" Merrill (James Cagney) works his way up from dance marathons
to become one of the top public relations man in the country.
1933 – Going Hollywood
Press Agent Jack Thompson (Bobby Watson).
1933 – King Kong
Publicity stunt backfires angering the Great Ape Kong.
1933 – Britannia of Billingsgate
Publicity Man (Ernest Sefton).
1934 – Lady By Choice
Press Agent Front O'Malley (Raymond Walburn).
1934 – Lost Jungle, The
Press Agent Larry Henderson (Syd Sayalor) works for the circus.
1935 – A Night at the Ritz
Press Agent Duke Regan (William Gargan) is the high-pressure, irresponsible
promotions/marketing/press agent at the Ritz Hotel.
1935 – Another Face
Press Agent Joe Haynes (Wallace Ford).
1935 – Cheers of the Crowd
Press Agent ("Exploitation Engineer") Lee Adams (Russell Hopton).
1935 – The Old Homestead
Press Agent J. Wilberforce Pratt (Harry Conley).
1936 – Here Comes Carter
Public Relations Director for Premium Pictures, Kent Carter (Ross Alexander) gets fired when he refuses to stop a story
about an actor whose former wife is suing him for non-support. ("I'm a press agent, not a suppress agent," he claims).
1936 – Speed
Public Relations Woman Jane Mitchell (Wendy Barrie).
1936 – Cain and Mabel
Public Relations Man Aloysius K. Reilly (Roscoe Karns), a former reporter.
1936 – The Golden Arrow
Publicity Agent Jorgenson (Craig Reynolds).
1936 – The Great Ziegfeld
Press Agent (Phil Tead).
1936 – Mr. Deeds Goes to Town
Public Relations Man Cornelius Cobb ( Lionel Stander), former newspaper reporter
1936 – The Preview Murder Mystery
Public Relations Man Johnny Morgan (Reginal Denny) works for a movie studio
1937 – Racing Lady
Public Relations man advises an automobile tycoon to add
a horse trainer's daughter to his stable as a publicity stunt.
1937 – Expensive Husbands
Public Relations Man Joe Craig (Allyn Joslyn) handles temperamental Hollywood stars.
1937 – Something to Sing About
Public Relations Man Hank Meyers (William Frawley) works for a motion picture company
and tries to keep a star’s marriage secret.
1937 – A Star Is Born
Publicity Agent Matt Libby (Lionel Stander) works for a motion picture company.
1937 – Shall We Dance
Public Relations Man Arthur Miller (Jerome Cowan) fakes photographs to get results.
1937 – When Love Is Young
Press Agent Andy Russell (Kent Taylor).
1937 – Waikiki Wedding
Publicity Man Tony Marvin (Bing Crosby).
1937 – Thunder in the City
Public Relations Man Daniel "Dan" Armstrong (Edward G. Robinson).
1938 Cowboy From Brooklyn
Public Relations Man Pat "Speed" Dunn (Ronald Reagan).
1938 – Four’s a Crowd
Public Relations Man Robert Kensington "Bob" Lansford (Errol Flynn) is a former editor and PR legend
(based on Ivy Ledbetter Lee).
1938 – Annabel Takes a Tour
Publicity Man Lanny Morgan (Jackie Oakie) is a wacky press agent
1938 – The Shining Hour
Press Agent (George Chandler)
1938 – Mr. Moto’s Gamble
Press Agent Gabby Marden (Charles Williams)
1939 – The Great Man Votes
Political Public Relations Man Charlie Dale (William Demartest) makes "The Great Man" a household name
1939 – Dancing Co-Ed
Press Agent Joe Drews (Roscoe Karns) for Monarch pictures.
1939 – Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Newspaper Publisher Jim Taylor (Edward Arnold) owns the news media and decides
what the public should and should not know.
1939 – Second Fiddle
Hollywood Studio Press Agent Jimmy Sutton (Tyrone Power), a former reporter works for the
Publicity Chief George 'Whit' Whitney (Alan Dienhart) for Consolidated Pictures.
1941 – Playmates
Press Agents Lulu Monahan (Patsy Kelly) and Peter Lindsay (Peter Lind Hayes) figure out an elaborate scheme to get their
celebrity clients, Actor John Barrymore and Bandleader Kay Kyser, publicity.
1941 – Meet John Doe
Publisher D.B. Norton (Edward Arnold) works with Ann Mitchell (Barbara Stanwyck) to
put over a publicity campaign that will carry him into the White House.
1941 – I Wake Up Screaming
Press Agent-Promoter Frankie Christopher (Victor Mature) is accused of killing a waitress
he convinced could be a celebrity with the proper promotion.
1941 – For Beauty’s Sake
Press Agent Jonathan B. Sweet (Ned Sparks) is sour-puss publicity man hired to handle a woman-hating
astronomy professor who inherits a swank beauty salon in a New York hotel from his aunt.
1942 – Born to Sing
Press Agent Johnny (Charles Lane)
1942 – Four Jacks and a Jill
Press Agent Joe (Robert Smith).
1943 – The Leopard Man
Public Relations Man Jerry (Dennis O'Keefe) promotes a nightclub performer by having her appear
with a leopard, which escapes and is accused of killing a child.
1943 – Government Girl
Reporter Tom Holliday (Ray Walker) offers to be a public relations man for a
businessman trying to learn what Washington politics are all about.
1944 – Wilson
Political Press Agent Joe Tumulty (Thomas Mitchell).
1944 – See Here, Private Hargrove
Journalist Pvt. Marion Hargrove (Robert Walker) and Pvt. Mulvehill (Kennan Wynn) join the public relations staff
run by Public Relations Officer (Ray Teal) to stay out of harm’s way.
1944 – Broadway Rhythm
Press Agent (Sidney Blackmer)
1944 – Zombies on Broadway
Press Agents Jerry Miles (Wally Brown) and Mike Streger (Alan Carney) are ordered
to get a zombie for an opening night publicity stunt of a nightclub.
1945 – Eve Knew Her Apples
Press Agent Steve Ormand (Robert Williams) and singing star Eve Porter’s manager
try to convince her not to take a vacation, but to capitalize on her recent success.
1946 – O.S.S.
Public Relations Man John Martin (Alan Ladd) goes to war as an undercover agent
1947 – Miracle on 34th Street
Public Relations Practitioner Doris Walker (Maureen O'Hara), a hard-bitten
department store PR woman, learns the meaning of Christmas and Santa Claus.
1947 – The Senator Was Indiscreet
Publicity Director Lew Gibson (Peter Lind Hayes) tries to stop his girlfriend reporter
from exposing one of his clients, a senator.
1947 – Sepia Cinderella
Press Agent Lester Green (Fred Gordon) thinks he's the best press agent in the world.
His catch phrase said throughout the film, “Boy, am I a press agent!”
1947 – Heartaches
Publicist Toni Wentworth (Sheila Ryan) tries to convince her boyfriend reporter
not to print a story exposing her client’s secret: he’s a singer who can’t sing.
1948 – The Miracle of the Bells
Press Agent Bill Dunnigan (Fred MacMurray), a studio public relations expert,
discovers a new actress and when she dies tries to salvage her first and last film.
1949 – All the King’s Men
Reporter Jack Burden (John Ireland) becomes a corrupt governor’s press secretary.
1949 – The Girl From Jones Beach
Publicist Chuck Donovan (Eddie Bracken).
1949 – Easy Living
Publicist Scoop Spooner (Jack Paar) works for a professional football team
1949 – Woman Hater
Press Agent Harris (Michael Medwin) works to get publicity for a French star in London,
but all the star wants to do is be alone.
1949 – King of the Rocket Men
Publicity Director Burt Winslow (House Peters, Jr.) works for a research science center
1949 – Mighty Joe Young
Public Relations Man Windy (Frank McHugh)
1950 – To Please a Lady
Press Agent (Frank Jenks)
1950 – A Woman of Distinction
Publicist Teddy Evans (Janis Carter) assigned to do story on visiting professor
1950 – The West Point Story
Press Agent Steve (Paul McGuire).
1950 - Trigger Jr.
Press Agent Splinters (Gordon Jones) plants a story that embarrasses Western hero Roy Rogers
1950 – Studio Stoops
Fake Publicity Men, the Three Stooges, work for a movie studio as exteriminators and are mistaken for PR men.
They fake a kidnapping of a famous star to get publicity, but find out that the kidnapping is real
1950 – Suspense: The Brush-Off
Hollywood Press Agent-Publicist Roger Sherman (George Reeves) is targeted for murder
1951 – Amos ‘n’ Andy: Kingfish Becomes a Press Agent
Kingfish takes a job as a press agent in order to make money to pay Andy off and get his mother-in-law's diamond pin back,
but things don't work out. In the process he pretends to know all of the famous columnists of the day including Walter Winchell
1951 – Lady Godiva Rides Again
Publicity Man Eddie Mooney (Eddie Byrne) convinces a young teenager to enter a soap beauty contest for fame and fortune.
Lady in charge of Publicity (Dora Bryan). Soap Publicity Men (Clive Baxter, Paul Connell I, and Arthur Howard III)
1951 – As Young as You Feel
Public Relations Head Ernest (Emerson Treacy)
1951 – Let’s Make It Legal
Publicity Director Hugh Halsworth (Macdonald Carey) for a hotel. Working as his assistant
is his son-in-law Jerry Denham (Robert Wagner).
1951 – Rhubarb
Publicist Eric Yeager (Ray Milland) must convince a baseball team
that their new owner, a cat, will bring the team luck.
1952 – The Pace That Thrills
Publicity-Sales Manager Richard L. "Dusty" Weston (Bill Williams) is in charge
of promotion and public relations for motorcycle company.
1952 – All-Star Revue
Vice President of Public Relations (Jim Backus) for the Victor Talking Machine Co.
1952 - Singin' in the Rain
Publicity Man Rod (King Donovan) tries to convince the silent female movie star that
she shouldn't talk in public because it would ruin her image.
1953 – Roman Holiday
The Princess tells a reporter that her father (who is the king) is in public relations and works in fertilizer.
She doesn’t know he’s a reporter or that he knows she is the princess.
1953 – Call Me Madam
Former Reporter Kenneth Gibson (Donald O'Connor) convinces newly appointed ambassador to hire him as press attache.
1953 – Vicki
Publicity Man Steve Christopher (Elliott Reid) helps a waitress become a supermodel.
1954 – It Should Happen To You
Promoter-TV Commentator Brod Clinton (Michael O'Shea) creates a publicity campaign for Gladys Glover (Judy Holiday)
who becomes famous when she does a personal public relations campaign putting her name on billboards around the city.
1954 -- The High and the Mighty
PR Man Boyd (Douglas Kennedy) handles the press during an airplane crisis
1954 – A Star Is Born
Public Relations Man Matt Libby (Jack Carson) works for a movie studio.
1955 – The Big Knife
Studio Press Agent Smiley Cory (Wendell Corey) tries to keep the exploits of his clients out of the paper. Buddy Bliss (Paul Langton)
is a toady of a publicity man, has even gone to jail for hit and run covering up for a studio client.
1955 – Hour of Stars: The Miracle on 34th Street
Public Relations Practitioner Doris Walker (Teresa Wright) is a cynical PR woman for a department store.
1955 – The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp: The Buntline Special
Public Relations Man Ned Buntline (Lloyd Corrigan), a frontier promoter comes to town to make
Wyatt Earp a legend. Earp wants no part of it.
1956 – The Girl Can’t Help It
Press Agent Tom Miller (Tom Ewell).
1956 – The Great Man
Press Agent Sid Moore (Keenan Wynn) with Public Relations Man Nick Cellantano (Jim Backus).
1956 – Foreign Intrigue
American Press Agent Dave Bishop (Robert Mitchum) probes the death of a millionaire client
and his mysterious past in Europe.
1956 – The Harder They Fall
Sportswriter Eddie Willis (Humphrey Bogart) loses his column when his paper folded
so he goes to work as press agent for crooked fight promoter
1956 – The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit
Public Relations Man Tom Rath (Gregory Peck), works for the United Broadcasting Corporation
1957 – Sweet Smell of Success
Press Agent Sidney Falco (Tony Curtis) is a cowardly sycophant who makes money by putting items into columns
including the the most powerful and influential column written by Gossip Columnist J.J. Hunsecker (Burt Lancaster)
1957 – Top Secret Affair
Army Public Information Officer Col. Gooch (Jim Backus).
1957 – Don’t Go Near the Water
Public Relations Officer Lt. J.G. Max Siegel (Glenn Ford) is part of the PR staff for the Navy commandeered by
Lt. Cmdr. Clinton T. Nash (Fred Clark). Ens. Tyson (Russ Tamblyn) is also on the staff.
1957 – Loving You
Press Agent Glenda Markle (Lizabeth Scott) promotes musicians and singers.
1957 – Slim Carter
Studio Public Relations Head Clover Doyle (Julie Adams) discovers a western singer
and turns him into a cowboy hero.
1957 – Beau James
Public Relations Man Charley Hand (Darren McGavin) has integrity
and refuses to be a "yes" man.
1957 – Kiss Them for Me
Public Relations Officer Commander Wallace (Werner Klemperer)
1958 – Make Room for Daddy: Too Good for Words
Publicist-Press Agent Elizabeth "Liz" O'Neal (Mary Wickes) is Danny's publicist and press agent.
1958 – Kathy O’
Studio Public Relations Man Harry Johnson (Dan Duryea) has his hands full with a tyrannical child movie star.
1959 – Pork Chop Hill
Public Relations Division Lieutenant (Lew Gallo)
1959 – That Kind of Woman
Public Relations Man Harry Corwin (Keenan Wynn).
DISC TWO: The Image of the Public Relations Practitioner in Movies and TV, 1960 to 1996, 120 clips, 4:02:49
1960 – Let’s Make Love
Public Relations Director Alex Coffman (Tony Randall).
1960 – The Twilight Zone: The Fever
Public Relations Man (William Kendis).
1960 – Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Madame Mystery
Publicity Man Jimmy Dolan (Joby Baker).
1961 – Ada
Political Press Relations-Speech Writer Steve Jackson (Martin Balsam).
1961 – Return to Peyton Place
New York Publisher-Publicity Man Lewis Jackman (Jeff Chandler)
creates a publicity campaign for his newest writer.
1962 – Hemingway’s Adventures of a Young Man
Press Agent Billy Campbell (Dan Dailey) is always drunk as he goes from town to town to publicize a show
1962 – Gypsy
Press Agent Phil (Harvey Korman).
1962 – The Manchurian Candidate
Military Public Relations Officer Bennett Marco (Frank Sinatra), who was captured in Korea, begins to suspect
that one of his comrades has been brainwashed and tries to prevent him from carrying out assassination
1962 – Night of Evil
Publicity Man-Promoter helps a girl win a beauty contest
1962 – Days of Wine and Roses
Public Relations Man Joe Clay (Jack Lemmon) is an alcoholic who turns his wife into an alcoholic
as well before struggling to regain his sobriety and keep a job.
1963 – Summer Holiday
Press Agent Jerry (Lionel Murton) wants to milk his client's disappearance
for all the publicity it is worth.
1963 – Bye Bye Birdie
Rosie DeLeon (Janet Leigh) comes up with a publicity stunt that takes a rock singer to a small Ohio town
to offer one last kiss to a young fan on the Ed Sullivan show.
1963 – Goldilocks and the Three Bares
Publicist Allison Edwards (Allison Louise Downe).
1964 – Man’s Favorite Sport
Public Relations Woman Abigail Page (Paula Prentiss).
1964 – The Americanization of Emily
Lt. Cmdr. Paul “Bus” Cummings (James Coburn) and CDR Charlie Madison (James Garner) are in the Navy’s public information office
when they are ordered to make sure the first casualty of D-Day in 1944 is a Navy man.
1964 – Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte
Public Relations Expert Miriam Deering (Olivia de Havilland).
1964 – The Patsy
Publicist Harry Silver (Keenan Wynn).
1964 – What a Way To Go!
Publicity and Press Agent (Phil Arnold).
1964 – Mr. Broadway
Public Relations Man Michael Bell (Craig Stevens), a sophisticated Broadway press agent
and owner of public relations firm in Manhattan.
1964 – Robin and the 7 Hoods
Public Relations man Allen A. Dale (Bing Crosby)
1964 – Fate is the Hunter
Public Relations Man Ted Wilson (Dort Clark), Consolidated Director of Public Relations.
1964 – A Hard Day’s Night
Public Relations Man Norm (Norman Rossington) tries to keep the Beatles on track
as their fans smother them in attention.
1965 – Strange Bedfellows
Public Relations Practitioner Richard Bramwell (Gig Young).
1965 – Winter A-Go-Go
Promotion Director Danny Frazer (James Stacy) will do anything to get people to a new lodge in the mountains.
1965 – Beach Blanket Bingo
Public Relations Agent Bullets (Paul Lynde).
1966 – The Glass Bottom Boat
Public Relations Woman Jennifer Nelson (Doris Day) gives guided tours
at a space research institute.
1966 – The Oscar
Publicist Hymie Kelly (Tony Bennett).
1967 – Smashing Time
Public Relations-Image Maker Jeremy Tove (Jeremy Lloyd).
1967 – Blast-Off Girls
Sleazy Record Promoter Boojie Baker (Dan Conway) and his loyal, but dim-witted assistant Gordy (Ray Sager)
tries to make it big with a local Chicago garage band.
1968 – The Secret Life of an American Wife
Public Relations Practitioner Tommy Layton (Patrick O'Neal).
1968 – Interlude
Public Relations Man (John Cleese).
1968 – The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit
Public Relations-Advertising Executive Frederick "Fred" Bolton (Dean Jones)
1969 – That Girl: Fly Me To the Moon
Air Force Public Relations Man Major Brian James (Robert Colbert)
1970 – Airport
Mel Bakersfeld (Burt Lancaster) is the hard-charging manager of Lincoln International Airport
and has one public relations problem after another to deal with.
1970 – The Man Who Had Power Over Women
Public Relations Man Peter Reaney (Rod Taylor), a swinging PR man working out of London, is part
of a public relations-talent agency that handles a difficult British pop star..
1972 – The Candidate
Public Relations Man Marvin Lucas (Peter Boyle) convinces a man,
who he says can't possibly win, to run for senate.
1972 – McCloud: A Little Plot at Tranquil Valley
Public Relations Man (Bruce Kirby).
1973 – The Werewolf of Washington
Press Aide Jack Whittier (Dean Stockwell) to the President has a problem: he’s a werewolf.
1973 – Miracle on 34th Street
Public Relations Practitioner Karen Walker (Jane Alexander).
1974 – The Missiles of October
White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger, (Michael Lerner).
1974 – The Morning After
Public Relations Writer Charlie Lester (Dick Van Dyke) is an alcoholic who can’t control his drinking.
1974 – The Towering Inferno
Bigelow (Robert Wagner), public relations executive for the hotel, is having an affair with his assistant Lorrie (Susan Flannery).
Bigelow shuts off the phones so he and Lorrie can be together without interruption.
As they are getting dressed, Lorrie asks, "Did you leave a cigarette burning?"
Bigelow pauses, then says, "That's no cigarette." Both burn to death in the towering inferno.
1974 – Marcus Welby, M.D.: 1974-1975
Public Relations Director Janet Blake (Pamela Hensley) of the hospital.
1975 – The 2000 Year Old Man: The Animated TV Special
Press Agent Marty for Robin Hood created the image that he stole from the rich and gave to the poor.
Actually he stole from everybody and kept everything, but Marty wrote scroll after scroll creating the legend.
1976 – Buffalo Bill and the Indians (Or Sitting Bull’s History Lesson)
Publicist Ned Buntline (Burt Lancaster) is a master at taking ordinary men and turning them into legends.
1976 – Emergency!: Rules of Order
Press Agent (Ray Ballard).
1977 – Washington Behind Closed Doors
Press Secretary Hank Ferris (Nicholas Pryor) handles a lot of dirty tricks for the White House
to give the President a better image and to manipulate the news coverage in the President's favor.
He replaced Bob Bailey (Barry Nelson) who was too honest to stay in the job.
1977 – The Love Boat: 1977-1986
Cruise Director Julie McCoy (Lauren Tewes) is in charge of passenger relations
and solves one PR crisis after another for the cruise ship.
1978 – The Rutles: All You Need Is Cash
Press Agent Eric Manchester (Michael Palin) for Rutle Corp.
1978 – A Dream of Passion
Publicist Margaret (Betty Valassi)
1979 – The China Syndrome
Public Relations Head Bill Gibson (James Hampton) for a nuclear power plant
1979 – The Electric Horseman
Ampco Industries PR Man Fitzgerald (Nicolas Coster).
1979 – Blind Ambition
Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler (James Slovan). Press Briefing Secretary (Mitzi Hoag).
1979 – Supertrain: Express To Terror
Passenger Relations-Social director David Noonan (Patrick Collins) tries to stay clear
of the amorous granddaughter of Supertrain's chairman and creator while making sure everyone on the train is happy.
1980 – The Idolmaker
Publicist Vincent “Vinnie” Vacarri (Ray Sharkey) discovers talent and makes superstars.
1980 – Stardust Memories
Press Agent (Renee Lippin) for Director Sandy Bates.
1980 – The Jayne Mansfield Story
Publicity Man (Lewis Arquette).
1980 – Benson: 1980-1984
Governor’s Press Secretary Pete Downey (Ethan Phillips).
1980 – City in Fear
Police Publicity Man Henry Zeller (Mark Lonow).
1980 – Final Assignment
Liaison Officer for the State Commission of Radio and Television Lyosha Petrov (Michael York).
1980 – Tribute
Press Agent Scottie Templeton (Jack Lemmon) is a Broadway press agent who learns he is dying.
1981 – Dallas: 1981
Public Relations Practitioner Leslie Stewart (Susan Flannery).
1983 – Dynasty: 1983
Public Relations Head Krystle Carrington (Linda Evans) of Denver-Carrington. Blake Carrington (John Forsythe)
offers the job when his PR man Gil Roland leaves. Roland had promised the job to his assistant Tracy who now offers to help Krystle.
1983 – Hotel: 1983-1986
Public Relations Director Mark Danning (Shea Farrell) is the handsome and likable
PR director of San Francisco's St. Gregory hotel.
1983 – Kennedy
Press Secretary Pierre Salinger (Peter Boyden).
1984 – Lace
Press Agent escorts celebrity through a crowd of reporters
1984 – This Is Spinal Tap
Record Publicist Bobbi Flekman (Fran Drescher).
Record Promoter Artie Fufkin (Paul Shaffer) sets up a personal appearance for a
musical group at a record store
1984 – The Woman in Red
Public Relations Man Ted Pierce (Gene Wilder).
1984 – Murder She Wrote: The Murder of Sherlock Holmes: Pilot
Public Relations Practitioner Kitty (Kit) Donovan (Jessica Browne)
squires Jessica around New York for her first book promotion tour.
1985 – The Purple Rose of Cairo
Press Agent (George J. Manos).
1986 – Gung Ho
Public Relations Man Hunt Stevenson (Michael Keaton) is an "employee liaison"
between American autoworkers and their Japanese managers.
1986 – Who’s The Boss?: Charmed lives
Public Relations Practitioner Mickey Day (John Kapelos) runs his own PR firm.
1987 – Full Metal Jacket
Public Relations Officer Lt. Lockhart (John Terry).
1987 – Leg Work: 1987
NYPD Public Affairs Officer Lt. Fred McCarron (Patrick James Clarke), “a PR cop,” is always getting
his sister, Claire McCarron (Margaret Colin), a former assistant D.A. turned private investigator out of trouble.
1987 – Making Mr. Right
Public Relations Practitioner Frankie Stone (Ann Magnuson) is hired to humanize an android
for the purpose of space exploration
1987 – Perry Mason: The Case of the Murdered Madam
Public Relations Woman and former madam Suzanne Domenico (Ann Jillian) is murdered.
1987 – Drop-Out Mother
Public Relations Woman Nora Cromwell (Valerie Harper).
1988 – Tucker: The Man and his Dream
Frank, the Press Agent (Marshall Bell).
1988 – Dead Heat
Public Relations Woman Randi James (Lindsay Frost) for Dante Pharmaceuticals turns out to be a zombie.
1988 – Ladykillers
Publicist Lilah Corbett (Susan Blakely).
1988 – The Dead Pool
Police Public Relations Man wants Detective Harry Callahan to play nice with the news media.
1989 – Mob War
Public Relations Practitioner Todd Barrett (Johnny Stumper), a high-power PR wiz, battles a New York underworld czar after he’s hired to improve his image.
1989 – Growing Pains: 1989
A Public Relations team tries to change the image of TV Anchor Maggie Seaver (Joanna Kerns).
1989 – Roger and Me
Public Relations women serve as media guides for Author Michael Moore
1990 – The Tragedy of Flight 103: The Inside Story
Public Relations Woman (Diana Hunter)
1990 – thirtysomething: The Three Year Itch
Former Magazine Writer Hope (Mel Harris) is told about a possible public relations job
with an environmental organization in Washington D.C
1990 – Godfather, The: Part III
Public Relations Man Dominic Abbandando (Don Novello), public relations and media coordinator for Don Michael Corleone
is asked by reporter about criminal past. He snaps, "You think you know better than the Pope?
1990 – Memphis Belle
Public Relations Military Officer Bruce Daninger (John Lithgow) in World War II.
1990 – Syngenor
PR man is killed by a genetically engineered cyborg. Stan Armbrewster (Charles Lucia) takes over his job.
He is an inept whiner turned into blood vapor by an experimental weapon.
1990 – The Palermo Connection
Public Relations Man Sam Toi (Ronald Yamamoto).
1990 – Perry Mason: The Case of the Defiant Daughter
Public Relations Man Richard Stuart (Robert Culp).
1991 – Cover Up
Public Relations Officer Susan Clifford (Lisa Berkeley) for the military turns out to be a killer.
1991 – Palace Guard: Pilot
Public Relations Vice President Christy Cooper (Marcy Walker).
1992 – The President’s Child
Campaign Advisor (William Devane) works to create a positive image for the candidate.
1992 – Absolutely Fabulous
Public Relations Woman Edina Monsoon (Jennifer Saunders) is an alcoholic, drug-abusing PR agent who spends her time
chasing bizarre fads in a desperate attempt to stay young and "hip."
Public Relations Woman Claudia Bing (Celia Imrie) is Edina’s rival. She runs a more successful PR agency (Bing, Bing, Bing & Bing).
1992 – Mad About You: I’m Just So Happy for You
Public Relations Practitioner Jamie Stemple Buchman (Helen Hunt) lands a big account.
1992 – Murphy Brown: Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are
Public Relations Man Rick (Brian McNamara) is not ashamed of being gay.
1992 – Bob Roberts
Press Aide Chet MacGregor (Ray Wise) tries to protect his candidate from the news media.
1992 – The Bodyguard
Publicist Sy Spector (Gary Kemp) handles pop star Rachel Maron (Whitney Houston).
1992 – Running Mates
Publicist Mel Felcher (Ben Masters) is a campaign manager for presidential candidate.
1992 – No Angel
Public Relations Executive Tom Ferrell (Domenic Cuzzocrea), a womanizing PR practitioner
finds the tables turned when he falls for an enigmatic woman.
1992 – Murder She Wrote: Murder in Milan
Press Agent (Mary Wickliffe).
1993 – Barbarbians at the Gate
Public Relations Expert Linda Robinson (Joanna Cassidy).
1993 – My Life
Public Relations Man Bob Jones (Michael Keaton) runs a Los Angeles public relations firm
when he learns he has cancer and a few months to live.
1993 – Dave
Public Relations-Press Aide Alan Reed (Kevin Dunn) is part of a plot to use an actor to play the President,
who was struck down by a stroke.
1994 – Official Denial
Public Information Officer Lt. Col. Dan Lerner (Dirk Benedict) helps cover up
the arrival of aliens on earth.
1994 – Miracle on 34th Street
Public Relations Practitioner Dorey Walker (Elizabeth Perkins).
1994 – Speechless
Press Secretary Kratz (Charles Martin Smith). Public Relations Aide Annette (Bonnie Bedella).
Senatorial speechwriters Julia Mann (Geena Dzvis) and Kevin Vallick (Michael Keaton) work for opposing candidates.
1994 – Major League II
Public Relations Practitioner Rebecca Flannery (Alison Doody).
1994 – Parallel Lives
Political Public Relations Practitioner Win Winslow (JoBeth Williams) lets her personal life .
interfere with her professional life.
1995 – The Nanny: Oy Vey, You’re Gay
Publicist Sydney Mercer (Catherine Oxenberg) confides to the Nanny that she is gay.
1995 – Bye Bye Birdie
Promoter-Publicists Albert J. Peterson (Jason Alexander) and Rose Alvarez (Vanessa Williams)
create an image for rock-and-roll icon Conrad Birdie who is about to go into the Army.
In one song, they answer reporter questions for Birdie rearranging history as fast as possible.
1995 – Gordy
Public Relations Man Gilbert Sipes (James Donadio) tries to get rid of a pig who inherited a fortune.
1995 – The Great White Hype
Publicist Sol (John Lovitz) works for a boxing promoter.
1996 – Mars Attacks!
Press Secretary Jerry Ross (Martin Short) advises the President when aliens attack Earth.
1996 – Beavis and Butt-Head Do America
White House Press Secretary (Eric Bogosian – Voice) holds a press conference.
1996 – Evil Ambitions (aka Satanic Yuppies)
A Public Relations firm is a front for devil-worshiping cult that kills young women.
Publicist Britanny Drake (Amber Newman) controls the minds of people around her.
1996 – SubUrbia
Publicist Erica (Parker Posey) is the handler for a nouveau rock star.
1996 – Spin City: 1996-2002
Press Secretary Paul Lassiter (Richard Kind) for the mayor
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1997 – Wag the Dog
Media Consultant Conrad Brean (Robert De Niro) works with White House Aide Winifred Ames (Anne Heche) to spin control
a damaging story on the president. Director Stanley Motss (Dustin Hoffmann) works with Brean
to show video proof of a fake war, a story designed to offset a story that could hurt the presidency.
1997 – Liar Liar
Publicist (Amanda Carlin)
1997 – Contact
NASA Public Relations Woman (Rebecca T. Beucler)
1997 – The Big One
Governor Thompson’s Press Secretary Kevin Keane (Himself) meets Michael Moore.
1997 – Air Force One
Deputy Press Secretary Melanie Mitchel (Donna Bullock) is taken hostage by hijackers
who seize the plane carrying the President of the United States and his family.
She is assassinated. On the ground, Assistant Press Secretary (Michael Monks) meets the press.
1998 – Primary Colors
Lesbian Media Consultant Libby Holden (Kathy Bates) is drafted to nullify
the potent threat of negative media reporting.
1998 – Bulworth
Press Aide Dennis Murphy (Oliver Platt) tries to keep up with a politician
who begins to say exactly what he thinks.
1998 – Goodbye Lover
Public Relations-Advertising Executives Jake Dunmore (Dermot Mulroney) and Ben Dunmore (Don Johnson)
1998 – Random Encounter
Public Relations Executive Alicia 'Allie' Brayman (Elizabeth Berkeley), is a young and rising Public Relations executive
dead set on advancing her career. She meets strange man after a cocktail party and is framed for the murder of her biggest client.
The person framing her turns out to be her boss, head of the PR firm Blake Preston (Barry Flatman).
1998 – Sliding Doors
Public Relations Woman Helen Quilley (Gwyneth Paltrow) is the lone female in a PR firm that wants to get rid of her.
1998 – Sex and the City: 1998-2004
Publicist Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall) owns her own PR firm and is as sexually active as any womanizing man.
1999 – Queer as Folk (United Kingdom)
Public Relations Practitioner Stuart Jones (Aidan Gillen) is manager of a PR agency,
rich, gay, always the center of attention and drop-dead gorgeous.
1999 – Come On, Get Happy: The Partridge Family Story
Press Agent (Ruth de Sosa).
1999 – The Big Tease
Publicist Candy (Frances Fisher).
1999 – The West Wing: 1999-2005
Press Secretary Claudia Jean (C.J.) Cregg (Allison Janney).
2000 - The District: 2000-2001
Press Secretary Nick Pierce (Justin Theroux) works for the Washington D.C. police department.
2000 – A Piece of Eden
New York Press Agent Bob Tredici (Marc Grapey) applies his show-business acumen
to revitalize his ailing father's Indiana fruit farm.
2000 – Isn’t She Great
Publicist Irving Mansfield (Nathan Lane) creates a new image for his wife Jacqueline Susann.
2000 – The Growing Pains Movie
Media Relations Director and Former Journalist Maggie Seaver (Joanna Kerns) is working for a senatorial candidate,
discovers he is using dirty tactics to win. She runs against him and becomes the new senator for Washington D.C.
2000 – The Kid
Public Relations Practitioner Russ Duritz (Bruce Willis) is a successful image consultant
who also does media training and crisis PR.
2000 – Clerks: The Animated Series
Publicist Plug is a robot.
2000 – P.R.: Operation Overload
Public Relations Practitioner Alex Reed (Diane Flacks) is a fast-talking liar, boozer and inspired owner
and founder of Alexandra Reed & Associates, a flourishing metropolitan PR firm in Toronto.
She and her partner Jill Hayes (Ellie Harvie) create news, hype and fabricate
only the best events in order to serve a guarded list of actors and celebrity clients.
2001 – Amy’s Orgasm (Amy’s O)
Publicist Janet Gaines (Caroline Aaron) is a lesbian.
2001 – Bridget Jones’s Diary
Publicist Bridget Jones (Renee Zellweger) is a single, thirty-something working for a publishing firm.
2001 – Monkeybone
Publicist Herb (Dave Foley) is pulled into the world of Monkeybone with disastrous results.
2001 – Rock Star
Public Relations Woman Tania (Dagmara Domincyk) for Steel Dragon.
2001 – America’s Sweethearts
Movie Public Relations Wizard Lee Philips (Billy Crystal) tries to convince
the press that the feuding costars of a new movies are still in love.
2002 – Girlfriends: Blinded by the Lights
Publicist Darla Mason (Angie Stone).
2002 – Baby Bob
Public Relations Executive Walter (Adam Arkin) is a talking baby’s father.
2002 – What I Like About You: 2002-2006
Public Relations Woman Valerie (Val) Tyler (Jennifer Garth).
2002 – Mr. St. Nick
Public Relations Man Hector Villarba (Luis Garcia) attempts
to steal millions of dollars from his richest client.
2002 – People I Know
Publicist Eli Wurman (Al Pacino), is a hard-drinking, pill-popping,old-school publicist, one of those guys
who when they started in the biz was called press agents.
He's washed-up, living on money and sympathy of his last paying client. But he has one last hurrah in him.
2002 – Phone Booth
Publicist Stuart "Stu" Shepard (Colin Farrell) tormented by unseen gunman as he stands in a public phone booth.
2002 – The Rats
Public Relations Executive Susan Costello (Madchen Amick) is a single parent
who is head of public relations at Garvers department store in New York City. And then the rats descend.
2002 – City by the Sea
Police Department Public Relations staff quiz a detective, whose father was executed
for a 1950s’ kidnapping of a child.
2002 – Spooks: Thou Shalt Not Kill: Pilot
Public Relations Woman (Louise Ludgate)
2003 – Absolute Power
Public Relations Practitioners Charles Prentiss (Stephen Fry) and Martin McCabe (John Bird)
run the London public relations company (or "government media relations consultancy")
in London. Prentness is a man without morals whose only objectives are money and power.
2003 – Wanda At Large: King Rat
Director of Public Relations Jonathan Lyles (Mario Joyner) of the Board of Health is interviewed by TV Reporter Wanda Hawkins,
falls for her and then drops her when she exposes the Board of Health cafeteria as being infested with vermin.
2003 – Lost in Translation
Japanese Press Agent (Kazuyoshi Minamimagoe), Press Agent (Kazuko Shibata) and
Press Agent (Take) greet an American actor in Tokyo.
2003 - Las Vegas: 2003-2007
Director of Special Events Mary Connell (Nikki Cox) handles all sorts of relations with the public
2003 – A Mighty Wind
Publicists Wally Fenton (Larry Miller) and Amber Cole (Jennifer Coolidge).
2003 – This Time Around
Publicist Melissa "Mel" Rochester (Carly Pope) gets a well-deserved promotion.
2004 – Entourage: 2004-2011
Public Relations. Publicist Shauna (Debi Mazar) is a tough, pull-no-punches publicist.
2004 – Monk: Mr. Monk and the Blackout
Public Relations Woman Michelle Rivas (Alicia Coppola) of the police department falls for the eccentric detective.
2004 – Medical Investigation: 2004-2005
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Publicity Liaison Eva Rossi (Anna Belknap) uses unconventional methods.
to keep the media at bay.
2004 – Arrested Development: Public Relations
Publicist Jessie (Jill Richie) is hired to improve the family’s image.
2004 – Jersey Girl
Publicist Ollie Trinke (Ben Affleck), a Manhattan public relations man, loses everything
when his wife dies in childbirth, and then discovers he has only lost a job he hated.
2005 - Commander in Chief: 2005-2006
White House Press Secretary Kelly Ludlow (Ever Carradine)
2005 – NYPD Blue: Stratis Fear
Public Relations Man Paul Westerville, who is doing PR for the PBA (Policemans Benevolence Association
is murdered in a parking garage after he has an affair with a paraplegic's wife.
2005 – Criminal Minds: 2005-2011
Press Relations Woman Jennifer “J.J.” Jareau (A.J. Cook) acts as the team's liaison with the media and local police agencies
for the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU).
2005 – Boston Legal: It Girls and Beyond
Publicist Tracey Green (Sarah Carter) is accused of having a lesbian relationship with her boss Stephanie Rogers (Dana Wheeler-Nicholson)
only for financial purposes. It turns out they made up the whole thing to get their firm needed publicity.
2005 – Jake in Progress: 2005-2006
New York City Public Relations whiz Jake Phillips (John Stamos) tries to shed his lothario ways.
PR head Naomi Clark (Wendie Malick) is a late-in-life pregnant battle-ax boss.
2005 – The Comeback
Publicist Billy Stanton (Dan Bucatinsky) is hired by Valerie to get her picture on a magazine cover
after Publicist Carolina (Stephanie Courtney) turns her down.
2005 – The Thick of It: 2005-2009
Crisis Management Public Relations Expert Malcolm Tucker (Dana Wheeler-Nicholson) is the General Election Advisor,
Former Director of Communications, Number 10. Tucker is the aggressive, profane
and feared Director of Communications for the Government.
2005 – Extras: 2005-2007
Andy's attempts to boost his career invariably in end in failure, embarrassment and a PR disaster.
2005 – Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous
Gay Publicist Joel Meyers (Diedrich Bader).
2005 – King Kong
Promoter Carl Denham (Jack Black) presents his beauty and the beast scenario to the press.
2005 – Thank You For Smoking
Chief Spokesperson and Lobbyist Nick Naylor (Aaron Eckhart) the Vice-President of the Academy of Tobacco Studies.
Public Relations Woman Polly Bailey (Maria Bello) works in the Moderation Council in alcohol business,
and Bobby Jay Bliss (David Koechner) promotes the gun business with own advisory group SAFETY.
They frequently meet each other in a bar and they self-entitle the Mod Squad a.k.a. Merchants of Death,
disputing which industry has killed more people.
2006 – Boston Legal: Shock and Owww!
Publicist Candy Springtime (Robin Riker) of Sherling Tompson.
2006 – Six Degrees: 2006-2007
Public Relations Executive Whitney (Bridget Moynahan).
2006 – Just My Luck
Public Relations Practitioner's assistant Ashley Albright (Lindsay Lohan)
works at a ritzy P.R. firm headed by Peggy Braden (Missi Pyle).
2006 – Huff
Public Relations Practitioner Dauri Rathbun (Sharon Stone) is a sexy, drug-addicted
who sleeps with her lawyer before police come to arrest her for fraud.
2006 – The Queen
Director of Communications Alastair Campbell (Mark Bazelev) for Prime Minister Tony Blair
prepares a speech in which Diana is described as "the people's princess,”
as he tries to help Blair capitalize on Princess Diana’s death.
2006 – Flags of Our Fathers
Bud Gerber (John Slattery) of the Treasury Department is the civilian handler of the three survivors
of the raising of the American flag on Mount Suribachi at the Battle of Iwo Jima.
He creates a publicity campaign to sell war bonds.
2006 – For Your Consideration
Unit Publicist Corey Taft (Michael Higgins).
2006 – The Oh in Ohio
Public Relations Executive Priscilla Chase (Parker Posey) in Cleveland commerce
is married but has never had an orgasm.
2006 – All the King’s Men
Reporter Jack Burden (Jude Law) becomes part of the governor’s press relations staff.
2007 – Bones: The Bodies in the Book
African-American Public Relations Practitioner Ellen Laskow (Valarie Pettiford) is one of three murder victims
whose deaths are similar to murders in Brennan's book of fiction. The Publicist was working to publicize Brennan's book.
2007 – NCIS: Corporal Punishment
Public Relations Practitioner Ray Vincent (Patrick Fabian) for a senator is worried about bad publicity
and tries to spin the story of a war hero gone berserk.
2007 – Big Shots: 2007-2008
Public Relations-Image Consultant Brody Johns (Christopher Titus)
2007 – The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle
PR adviser Miriam (Christopher Ryan) is a transsexual.
2007 – Sparkle
Public Relations Executive Sheila (Stockard Channing) hires Sam (Shaun Evans)
who works as a waiter as her boy toy and personal assistant.
2008 – Reaper: Acid Queen
Publicist Tony (Ken Marino) is the top PR man in town but he is also a fallen angel and Sam's neighbor.
2008 – Ugly Betty: Tornado Girl
Public Relations fiasco regarding the cover of Mode, a glossy Manhattan magazine.
2008 – Lipstick Jungle: 2008-2009
Public Relations Specialist Dahlia (Rosie Perez) works to make a fashion designer famous.
2008 – Hancock
Public Relations Practitioner Ray Embrey (Jason Bateman) tries to rehabilitate the public image of Hancock,
an alcoholic, broken-down man with amazing super powers.
2008 – How To Lose Friends and Alienate People
Publicist Eleanor Johnson (Gillian Anderson) pulls all the strings to get her clients the best publicity in the media.
Eleanor is loosely based on Nadine Johnson, a high powered publicist in New York City.
2008 – The Human Contract
Public Relations Creative Director Julian Wright (Jason Clarke).
2008 – Sex and the City: The Movie
Publicist Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall) handles major clients and moves to Los Angeles
to be near the movie star she created and now lives with.
2009 – Castle: Flowers for Your Grave
Book Promoter Alexis Castle (Molly C. Quinn) introducing Castle’s latest novel is also Castle’s ex-wife.
2009 – Cold Case: Breaking News
Public Relations Corporate Executive David Wyatt (Adam O’Byrne) in 1988 works for LM Plastics
and is a nervous whistle-blower who asks his boss to fix a factory problem causing cancer. Wyatt in 2009 (Steven Flynn)
is now in his early 50s, a slick company man who stayed at LM Plastics after it was bought out in 1988.
2009 – Melrose Place: Cahuenga
WPK Public Relations Agency Owner Amanda Woodward (Heather Locklear) fires half the staff but keeps on
Publicist Ella Simms (Katie Cassidy), who is an equally ruthless public relations practitioner, cool and blonde,
and eager to be another Woodward.
2009 – State of Play
Public Relations Practitioner Dominic Foy (Jason Bateman) is a cynical PR guy who panics
when he realizes that he has got in over his head.
2009 – 12 Men of Christmas
Public Relations Executive E.J. Baxter (Kristin Chenoweth) is New York City PR practitioner who uses her media savvy
to bring tourism to a small Montana town when she quits her job after finding
her boss Lillah Sherwood (Heather Hanson) in the restroom with her fiancé.
2010 – Mad Men: Public Relations
Advertising Executive Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss) suggests that they hire actresses to fight over the product at a grocery store.
Publicity stunts aren't billable, says Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser), though he concedes that the event might generate news coverage.
Pete gleefully recounts to Peggy and Joey, a junior creative staff member, how much Sugarberry liked the stunt.
Peggy envisions a campaign with the slogan, "Our hams are worth fighting for."
2010 – Family Guy: Brian Writes a Bestseller
Stewie (Seth MacFarlane – Voice) assumes the rule of public relations practitioner for Brian, the top-selling author.
2010 – Somewhere
Public Relations Woman (Randa Walker) is eager and tries to be everything a public relations practitioner
should be: helpful, enthusiastic, always there for the client.
2010 – Sex and the City 2
Publicist Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall) is now 50 years old but still handles major clients and has sex with anyone she wants to.
Jones shows up on the red carpet in the same dress as a teenage celebrity.
2011 – The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Unforgivable: Finale
At a party, one of the women introduces her public relations man saying that everyone in Beverly Hills
takes their PR people to Beverly Hills parties.
2011 – Too Big to Fail
Public Relations Specialist Michele Davis (Cynthia Nixon) is the lone woman in a sea of men working
with the treasury secretary to prevent the nation’s financial meltdown.
2011 – Leverage: The 15 Minutes Job
Reed Rockwell (Michael Gladis), a public relations counsel, is a professional career assassin
using any means at his disposal to destroy reputations
2011 – Blue Bloods: Silver Star
Public Relations Practitioner Ian Seroy (Michael Izquierdo) is involved in a killing of a former U.S. Marine war hero.
2011 – Blue Bloods: 2011
Deputy Press Secretary Sue Connors (Noelle Beck) for the Mayor.
The police chief’s own PR man-speech writer Garrett Moore (Gregory Jbara) helps him with damage control.
2011 -- Royal Pains: But There's a Catch
Two brothers argue over whether their medical practice needs publicity.