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Newswire: Daily Show alum Jessica Williams lands her first lead film role

The bigger and better things just keep coming for Daily Show alum Jessica Williams. She will star in an as-of-yet-untitled film written and directed by Jim Strouse in a part designed specifically for her, according to a press release issued yesterday. Williams’ character is “an aspiring playwright” dealing with a break-up who hits it off with a divorced guy played by Chris O’Dowd.
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