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EXCLUSIVE: John Goodman, Christopher Llyod Sue over 'Christmas Carol'

Apr. 17 2009, Published 8:11 a.m. ET

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Actor John Goodman, along with fellow castmembers Christopher Llyod and Jane Leeves, are suing for money allegedly owed them for a holiday performance of A Christmas Carol.

RadarOnline has learned the three thesps, booked over last Christmas at Hollywood's Kodak Theater for a two-week run of the classic Ebenezer Scrooge story, claim producer Kevin Von Feldt and partner Equity Partners Filmvest owe them $80,000 collectively per their contracts.

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On February 20th, Actor's Equity (the union for stage performers) filed the suit on behalf of the stars, saying producers agreed minimum fees required by the union, as well as 12.5% of gross box office receipts for Goodman and Llyod, and 6% for Leeves.

Von Feldt, in response papers filed in Los Angeles today, asserts that Actor's Equity has received in excess of $400,000 for production related costs, including the actor's salaries, and have yet to release payment to its cast.

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Veteran actor Goodman rose to fame opposite Roseanne Barr on her long running sitcom. Llyod famously portrayed Back to the Future's mad scientist, and Leeves played a lovable nurse on Kelsey Grammer's Frasier.

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