Star hints at pol­i­tics run

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Bald­win, star of hit TV se­ries 30 Rock, hints he may seek po­lit­i­cal of­fice once his con­tract on the show has ex­pired. The staunch Demo­crat tells Bloomberg News that he would ‘‘love to’’ run for of­fice. ‘‘I have a con­tract with NBC to work for them through some point in 2013 . . . Let’s see what things are like in 2014 and maybe I can find some op­por­tu­nity,’’ he says. Tina Fey has re­as­sured 30 Rock fans Bald­win (pic­tured) would stay on the show for at least an­other sea­son. There has been spec­u­la­tion the ac­tor would leave the Em­my­win­ning com­edy. But the show cre­ator in­sisted her lead male star has no plans to leave in the im­me­di­ate fu­ture. ‘‘We’re all in this to­gether till the end. I think he just maybe means that the end of the show is vis­i­ble on the hori­zon,’’ she says. ‘‘We can’t do this for 35 years. We’d love to keep go­ing . . . but you don’t want to see me with a grey stripe (in my hair), eat­ing a slice of pizza, go­ing on dates.’’ Satur­days, 5.30pm, 7.30pm, TV1.

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