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CELEBRITY POLITICS; Prodding airport security
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Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Jarvis, Michael T
Date: Mar 30, 2003
Start Page: E.3
Section: Sunday Calendar; Part E; Calendar Desk
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[Dean Cameron] -- who plays Deputy Press Secretary Derek Larner on the NBC political drama "Mister Sterling" -- says he invented the "Security Edition" metal card before "Mister Sterling" came along. "I did the Bill of Rights over a year ago. It's just a happy coincidence."

Cameron, no stranger to politics (his mother was the first female district attorney in Oklahoma), says the Bill of Rights idea came after a discussion with magician Penn Jillette of Penn & Teller. "I was whining to Penn and said, 'I should make the Bill of Rights on metal.' "

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