Noth and Meaney,
No Bad Apples

By Irish America Staff
April / May 2004

Bad Apple, a fast-paced drama with dark comedic overtones, based on the novel by Anthony Bruno, had its premiere in New York City and aired on February 16 on TNT.

Chris Noth and Colm Meaney play two FBI agents trying to bring down a loan-sharking business run by the mob.

Things become increasingly intense after a series of crosses and double-crosses leave both agents at the mercy of their targets. But that doesn’t prevent the sexual tension from heating up, as one of the agents (Noth) gets tangled up with his informant’s sister.

Noth, by the way, made his first stage appearance at the Irish Arts Center in Manhattan. ♦

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