blackballing


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Past employer S4C is now considering blackballing her from TV screens across the country.
After what she claims was a blackballing by the industry that lasted more than a decade, she's had guest roles on ``Melrose Place'' and ``NYPD Blue,'' has been touring with ``Grease'' since February - and beginning Tuesday joins the musical's Broadway production.
The dons are taking their revenge by blackballing Blair, who played the guitar at St John's College.