Nicollette Sheridan’s attorney testified Tuesday
that he has not been able to get her an acting job “for several years”
in the wake of her firing from Desperate Housewives.
Entertainment lawyer Neil Meyer revealed Sheridan's difficulty finding an agent or employment as part of his testimony in Sheridan's $6 million lawsuit against ABC and Housewives producer Marc Cherry, who is alleged to have terminated the actress after she complained about being hit in the head by Cherry.
Meyer, a partner at one of Hollywood's top talent law firms, said that following the 2008 incident with Cherry, Sheridan had been hesitant to make a big issue out of it because of concerns about how he might react.