Brian Yanish (C’95, Mask and Wig) has taken his children’s property The Scrapkins onto Sesame Street! His segment on Sesame Street (episode “Waiting for the Present”) airs on Wednesday, Dec 17th and Friday, Dec 19th. Way to go Brian!
Congrats to Rob Pearlstein (C’95) for the December 15 episode of CBS’ “Scorpion” he co-wrote:
Episode: “Dominoes”: “As Christmas approaches, Team Scorpion races to find a way to save a young boy’s life after he gets trapped in a beachside cave and drowning is imminent.” Watch it here
Congrats to CNN producer Ross Levitt (C’98) who will now be heading up the National Security Team at CNN’s Washington bureau. Hopefully Ross will be able to get an answer to the most pressing question we all have about National Security – when will we be able to see The Interview? More here
Did you catch Vanessa Mizzone as on “Jane the Virgin” this week as a “judge-y” nurse? Check out her scenes below!
Stand-up/Writer/Producer Matt Ritter (L’02) is a story producer on “Duck Dynasty”. Look for his name in the credits this season!
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