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    Good Deed Entertainment may be a newer production company, but they already have credits like “Tomorrow You’re Gone,” (starring Willem Dafoe, Michelle Monaghan, and Stephen Dorff) and the Lifetime film “Taken Away” (starring Chelsea Ricketts, Julie Warner, and Michael Nouri). Following their feature success, they have started a digital content division for which Brandon Hill serves as the production & development director. Hill is working on the company’s first digital series “Occupational Hazards” (f.k.a. “The Classifieds”). Hill and director Erik Donley co-created the comedy series about three guys who create their own jobs in response to a stale job market. “The inspiration came from our love for unique, character-driven comedies. Our goal was to create a zany but endearing series with a hilarious cast and great production values,” says Hill.
    The majority of the roles for “Occupational Hazards” were cast through Backstage, including the five main characters: Cody (Kyle S. More), Kyle (Patrick Babbitt), Don (James Lewis), Nino (Wes Haney) and Ricky (Evan Mack). Hill says, “Since this show revolves around three best friends—Cody,

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