Several high-profile network TV execs will make their feature film debut in the indie comedy “Good Money” by former NBC Entertainment staffer Jeremiah Bosgang. The film is a documentary about Bosgang’s journey from apartment superintendent in Brooklyn to Hollywood programming exec. Shot and edited by Kevin Rafferty (“Roger & Me”), the film features several industry folks playing themselves, as well as a few taking on acting roles.
Appearing in the film from the talent side will be the cast of “Seinfeld,” and latenight host Conan O’Brien, along with his sidekick Andy Richter, playing themselves. Trying out their acting chops will be Brandon Tartikoff, who’ll play a hack TV producer; and producer Jay Sandrich, cast as a Jaguar salesman. Current ABC Entertain-ment prexy Jamie Tarses has a non-speaking role, as does DreamWorks exec (and Tarses’ former husband) Dan McDermott. “Good Money” was screened at the Independent Feature Film Market, and BMI is sponsoring a screening of the film Thursday at the Adikoff Screening Room. Bosgang is still in the business, having returned to New York as an original programming exec at Viacom’s MTV Network.