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Hollywood Penn Alumni you should know about: Vol. 7

[ssba] In this Penntertainment roundup, I’ve got some awesome projects and cameos from more Penn alumni you should know about! Check it all out after the jump! [adsense]

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On this TV Show, this Penn Alum’s “Not Just A Pretty Face” (VIDEO)

When he’s not a film editor, there’s a Penn alum who has a recurring role on a popular CBS show. Check out his appearances after the jump! If you’re a fan of the CBS show “Criminal Minds” you may have noticed that Brian Appel (C’01, Mask and Wig) has a recurring role as “Agent Anderson”. […]

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9 Men in Heels and a Kickline: Mask and Wig Brings The Funny to LA (EXCLUSIVE VIDEOS)

Last weekend Mask and Wig came out to LA to perform its 122nd Annual Production “A Cheshire Catastrophe”.  And in case you missed it, DT has some exclusive highlight clips for you. Above, check out the show’s finale number followed by Mask and Wig’s traditional kickline (wait until you see their costumes this year!) …And […]

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DT Hollywood Bits & Pieces

Lots of Penn news happening this week on-campus and off!… Catch This Alum’s Film on DVD! Jon Hurwtitz’s (W’00) Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay now on DVD My past posts about Jon here He’s On a New Show and He’s Looking for an Agent Tom Christensen (W’03, Mask and Wig) just landed a […]

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Alum editor bets his bottom dollar on this show

The three month old Hollywood writers strike could be hopefully coming to an end tomorrow (2/9) when writers guild members gather in L.A. and New York to consider a proposed contract. In the event that there are further delays, Brian Appel (C’01, Mask and Wig) has a fun new reality show video (spoof) he edited […]

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