I cannot seem to find much about it, and the wikipedia entry does not correctly match my memories of it . Andrew McCarthy is an actuary (wiki says insurance agent) who is accused of wife’s murder. Paul Sorvino is the investigating cop,
The Rainmaker was a good film that is about a life insurance trying to strong-arm its way out of paying a claim. Definitely worth a watch and you can try to count it as CE https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0119978/
The Billion Dollar Bubble was required viewing for new Transamerica employees in the 1980s. One of my early mentors at my first actuarial job, an ASA, had an actual Equity Funding policy. He said he got tons of requests from investigators asking about it.
A recurring character in Hot in Cleveland is an actuary. When asked what an actuary is in the episode where the character is introduced he says “it has to do with insurance” and they really don’t discuss his job after that.
He ends up moving to Cleveland and it’s implied he’s able to work at his old job remotely from Cleveland.
Better than A Million Little Things where they write preposterous workplace dialog for one of the main characters, who is an actuary. They do rightly portray him as being quite ambivalent about the work but happy that it means he can afford a luxury car.
Yeah, they stopped showing him at work, but the Season 1 scene where he was was just cringey.
He said he’s been WFH since Covid as it related to his ability to move to Lowell with Darcy and you do see him at his laptop sometimes. I surmise he’s working, and like many of us, spending a lot of time either posting on GoA or dealing with his friends’ crisis du jour.