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This article needs additional citations for verification. Claudia Jean Cregg is a fictional character played by Allison Janney on the television political drama The West Wing. From the beginning of the series until the sixth season, she is White House Press Secretary in the administration of President Josiah Bartlet. After that, she is Bartlet’s chief of staff.
Characterized by manifest integrity, quick witticisms, a fierce intellect, and compassionate stoicism, C. White House Press Secretary in recent memory ». According to series creator Aaron Sorkin, casting for C. While everybody had « fallen in love » with Allison Janney, she, like every other actor who had been cast at the time, was white. The character is loosely based on Dee Dee Myers, a show consultant and former press secretary to the Clinton administration.
One particular storyline in the episode « Lord John Marbury », in which C. The Jackal » by Ronny Jordan in the episode « Six Meetings Before Lunch » was written in after Sorkin witnessed Janney doing « some impromptu lip-synching » in her trailer on the set. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. This section describes a work or element of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. This section’s plot summary may be too long or excessively detailed.
Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. Williams College as indicated by the mug in her bookcase in Season 5 Episode 18. Shortly after going off-duty, Donovan is shot and killed after becoming caught up in the armed robbery of a New York City grocery store in the episode « Posse Comitatus ». In the fifth season, it is revealed that C. Vice President John Hoynes, who was married at the time, approximately four years before the Bartlet administration entered the White House. She tells Toby that she considers that night to be one of the greatest mistakes of her life. She is recommended by Leo himself, giving the President a list of « just one name ».
After the election of Matt Santos as President of the United States, C. Santos Administration by Chief of Staff-designate Josh Lyman and is later offered by President-elect Santos a job as Special Counselor to the President. In the opening episode of the final season, a flash-forward to the time of the dedication of the Bartlet presidential library, three years after the end of his presidency, reveals that C. Santa Monica, California, with Concannon and their child. Throughout the seven season run of the show, the critical reception towards C. Thing is, on Aaron Sorkin’s hyperverbal show about the daily grind of American government—which, in the beginning, nobody really believed would work, including the cast, Janney’s C. Elle describing Janney’s portrayal of C.
Bustle calls her a « powerhouse in the political arena » and says « In a profession dominated by mostly males, she wasn’t just a woman trying to keep up with the guys. In fact, most of the time they were trying to keep up with her ». Cregg brought Janney a multitude of accolades. On April 29, 2016, Janney made an appearance at a White House Press Briefing in place of actual Press Secretary Josh Earnest to raise awareness of opioid use disorder, and also made humorous references to « Josh getting a root canal » and her doing « The Jackal ». Janney reprised her role as C.
Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Archived from the original on December 24, 2007. Meet the players in the Petraeus scandal ». A Definitive Ranking of Every Character on The West Wing ». From Sports Night to Studio 60: Vulture Ranks Aaron Sorkin’s TV Characters ». Allison Janney Just Keeps Getting Better ». 11 Times ‘The West Wing’s C.