Mamie Gummer Set To Star In Indie Pic 'Claire's Cambodia'

EXCLUSIVE: Mamie Gummer is attached to star in writer-director Stacy Sherman’s indie comedic drama Claire’s Cambodia, which Billy Ray is producing. The story revolves around three sisters whose estrangement, resentment and envy of one another is barely dented by the news that their father is terminally ill. Gummer’s recent feature credits include Taking Woodstock, John Carpenter’s The Ward and Twelve Thirty. On TV, she was in the HBO miniseries John Adams and was a series regular on ABC’s Off The Map. She is repped by CAA and Anonymous Content.

Sherman won an Emmy and was Oscar-nominated for the documentary short God Sleeps In Rwanda and co-wrote Lionsgate’s upcoming Katherine Heigl-starrer One For The Money. Ray is currently writing to direct The Secret In Their Eyes for Warner Bros. Sherman is repped by ICM, Ray by CAA and Management 360.

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