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Neal McDonough Signs with Medavoy Management

Can be seen next in TNT's "Mob City"

“Justified” actor Neal McDonough has inked with Medavoy Management.

McDonough can be seen in the highly anticipated crime drama “Mob City,” which also stars Edward Burns and Jon Bernthal.

On the feature side, McDonough was most recently seen in Summit’s “Red 2.”

He is also repped by Paradigm.

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