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James Cromwell Sentenced To 7 Days In Jail.

 Veteran actor James Cromwell, 77, was recently sentenced to seven days of jail time in Orange County.

According to ( People , the "Babe" actor refused to pay a $375 fine related to his recent arrest in Wawayanda, New York. Cromwell was one of the six other environmental protestors who were found guilty of obstructing traffic when they held a protest at the site of Competitive Power Ventures. The seven protestors argued that the carbon emissions that would be emitted by the CPV power could pose harmful threats to the environment.

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( Variety reported that three of the six protestors paid their fine, but Cromwell, Madeline Shaw and Pramilla Malick did not. The three also sent out an appeal, but are still required to pay their fine on or before July 14. On his ( Twitter account, the "American Horror Story" actor updated his fans and said that he is doing well.

Meanwhile, Cromwell is set to star in "Fallen Kingdom," the sequel to the 2015 "Jurassic World" film that starred Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. They will now be joined by Toby Jones, Rafe Spall, Geraldine Chaplin and Justice Smith in "Fallen Kingdom," which is slated to hit theaters in the United States on July 22, 2018.

Cromwell's other film and TV credits include "Six Feet Under," "Murder in the First," "Angels in America," "Hot I Baltimore," "Citizen Baines," "Betrayal," "My Own Enemy," "The Green Mile," "L.A. Confidential," "The Artist," "I, Robot," "The Longest Yard," "Big Hero 6," The Young Pope" and more.

In 2016, the actor sat down for an interview with ( The Hollywood Reporter , where he talked about the HBO series "The Young Pope." Talking about his character, Cardinal Michael Spencer, Cromwell admitted that one of his main focuses is the political chess match in the show.

"He's frustrated and embittered and feels betrayed by his protAaAaAeA@gAa whom he chose for his compliance. Lenny's way of surviving was to say very little, to observe, to think ahead, to play chess three and four moves ahead. The chess that he's referring to, the politics in the Vatican, is that the institution is now moribund; it now eats itself," he explained.

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Date:Jul 2, 2017
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