High-profile member had year left on three-year term

Amy Brenneman has resigned from the national board of the Screen Actors Guild with a year left on her three-year term.

Brenneman was the leading vote-getter in the 2008 election as part of the self-styled moderates of the Unite for Strength faction.

The “Private Practice” star indicated that she resigned due to her acting and producing obligations.

The Hollywood division board voted Monday night to replace Brenneman with Unite for Strength leader Ned Vaughn, who will serve the rest of her term. Vaughn was also elected to succeed Anne-Marie Johnson as first VP of SAG.

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