Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Tony Goldwyn fetes the Pennsylvania Innocence Project

Tony Goldwyn, who you may not better as President Fitzgerald Grant on ABC's totally-addictive "Scandal," is a big supporter of the Innocence Project, an organization that works to free people wrongly convicted of crimes.

Tony Goldwyn fetes the Pennsylvania Innocence Project

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Richard Glazer, Esq., executive director of the Pennsylvania Innocence Project; Marissa Boyers Bluestine, Esq,  legal director; actor Tony Goldwyn and screenwriter/director Richard LaGravenese
Richard Glazer, Esq., executive director of the Pennsylvania Innocence Project; Marissa Boyers Bluestine, Esq, legal director; actor Tony Goldwyn and screenwriter/director Richard LaGravenese HughE Dillon / PhillyChitChat

Tony Goldwyn, who you may not better as President Fitzgerald Grant on ABC's totally-addictive "Scandal," is a big supporter of the Pennsylvania Innocence Project, an organization that works to free people wrongly convicted of crimes. Goldwyn attended the Innocence Project's fifth anniversary shindig last night and my buddy HughE Dillon was kind enough to share a pic of the faux-prez and screenwriter Richard LaGravenese.

Goldwyn and LaGravenese are bringing the new Philly-set series "The Divide" to WeTV, scheduled for a July premiere. The show features a caseworker ("Homeland's" Marin Ireland) who works to free a man ("The Wire's" Chris Bauer) she believes was wrongly convicted. Nia Long and Paul Schneider also star. 

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