“Wings” vet Tim Daly is preparing to fly into feature film producing and directing via a newly formed joint venture with independent producer J. Todd Harris to be called Daly-Harris Prods.
Company, to be headquartered at Paramount, expands on Daly’s production deal with the studio that has found him producing TV projects through his Wandering Bark moniker with Amy Von Nostrand and Stephen Burleigh. The actor recently renewed his relationship at Par with a two-year extension of his pact.
Daly will also continue his acting career, fronting such titles next year as “The Devil in Me” (helmed by George Hickenlooper), “Wonderland” (directed by Nick Vellelonga) and “Bereft” (which will mark Daly’s directorial debut).
Harris and Daly met on the indie “Denise Calls Up,” produced by Harris. Under terms of the collaboration, Harris will continue to serve as prexy of David Entertainment Classics, which will partner with Daly-Harris on various film projects.
Besides starring on NBC’s “Wings” throughout its seven-season run, Daly also had a role in Barry Levinson’s 1982 feature “Diner” and portrayed cult leader David Koresh in the NBC vidpic “In the Line of Duty: Ambush at Waco.”
The Daly-Harris deal was brokered by Daly attorney Howard Abramson of Behr & Abramson and Harris rep Stephen Breimer of Bloom, Hergot, Diemer & Klein. Daly is managed by Keith Addis and Amy Guenther of Addis-Wechsler & Associates and repped by CAA.