Hello, alum, grads, undergrads, and Penn enthusiasts! We’re back with a hot new edition of what our favorite entertainment alumni have been up to. So sit back in the summer heat and put on your sunglasses because these stars and future stars are shining bright.
Before you move on to the rest of the article, two important notes:
1) A big kudos to Joel Rubin (C’03, Mask and Wig) for designing our new “Penn Alumni You Should Know About” graphic above! FYI, Joel is the Director of Topical Entertainment at Machinima, the dominant online entertainment network for gamers and fanboys. He holds a “questionable dual degree” (his words) in Fine Arts and Anthropology, which primarily comes in handy for awesomely doodling during company meetings which you can follow on his instagram and twitter accounts.
2) Due to an overwhelming number of responses, we have stopped taking registrations for our LA and NY Penntertainment Summer Happy Hours. For all you New Yorkers planning on coming out to the event this Wednesday, I (co-author of this article, Matt Rosler) will be in attendance so be sure to stop by and say hello!
Read on by clicking “page 2” below: “Penn Alumni in Film”
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