She says she is blacklisted from getting any new work.

It takes a lot to get fired from a hit network show. It takes even more to get fired from two hit network shows on completely different networks. That is what happened to this B+ list mostly television actress and she says she is blacklisted from getting any new work. You know, the middle of the night rants against your bosses on social media while you were working for them might have something to do with other bosses not wanting to hire you.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

It takes a lot to get fired from a hit network show.

It takes even more to get fired from two hit network shows on completely different networks.

That is what happened to this B+ list mostly television actress and she says she is blacklisted from getting any new work.

You know, the middle of the night rants against your bosses on social media while you were working for them might have something to do with other bosses not wanting to hire you.

Diane Neal

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

NCIS: New Orleans

‘Law & Order: SVU’ star running for Congress

Diane Neal knows her way around a fictitious courtroom and now she wants to be a lawmaker.

Neal, who played Assistant District Attorney Casey Novak on “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” has announced that she is making an independent run for New York’s 19th Congressional District seat.
“Ok, so it’s ON!!! But I’m doing with nearly no staff, no donations (yet), with no party,” Neal tweeted Tuesday. “Website will be up later today (fingers crossed) and all ready to go.”

Neal, 41, who also had roles in other hit shows including “NCIS” and “Suits,” said her “goal is bigger than (political) parties.” – Source