Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Cybill Shepherd, Morgan Fairchild here Monday for Rendell fundraiser.

Cybill Shepherd and Morgan Fairchild will co-host a fundraiser for Gov. Ed Rendell on Monday evening at Table 31 at the Comcast Center. The Hollywood blondes will be joined by “West Wing” actor Richard Schiff, now starring on Fox’s “Past Life.”

Cybill Shepherd, Morgan Fairchild here Monday for Rendell fundraiser.

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Cybill Shepherd and Morgan Fairchild will co-host a fundraiser for Gov. Ed Rendell on Monday evening at Table 31 at the Comcast Center. The Hollywood blondes will be joined by “West Wing” actor Richard Schiff, now starring on Fox’s “Past Life.”

According to the invitation for the $5,000 per person dinner, the event will “provide an intimate opportunity for discussion with the Governor about the past year and what the future holds. Our state and country are clearly at a critical juncture, and monies raised this evening will be used to further implement the Governor’s decisive agenda, which over the past seven years has had a marked and positive impact on the daily lives of Pennsylvanians. There is much work ahead for the Governor to insure that we prevail in these uncertain times.”

Speaking of Shepherd, the "Moonlighting" and "Taxi Driver" star's son Cyrus Shepherd-Oppenheim, a Penn student, faces trial April 20 at the Criminal Justice Center for allegedly stealing from fellow passengers during a January flight from San Francisco to PHL.

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