University of Pittsburgh
October 18, 2010

Actors Donal Logue and Michael Raymond-James to Make Guest Appearance at Pitt Oct. 20

This event is a preview for Steeltown Entertainment’s Steeltown Film Factory
Contact:  412-624-4147

PITTSBURGH—Pitt in Hollywood and Steeltown Entertainment Project will bring actors Donal Logue and Michael Raymond-James to the University of Pittsburgh in promotion of their new show Terriers at 5 p.m. Oct. 20 in Room 324, Cathedral of Learning, 4200 Fifth Ave., Oakland. The free public event will include episode screenings, a question-and-answer session, and an opportunity to meet cast members.

Terriers is a comedic drama about an ex-cop and his best friend (Logue and Raymond-James) who begin an unlicensed private investigation business together. The show premiered on FX in September with notable reviews.

Logue is best known for his role as Sean Finnerty on the Fox Network television show Grounded for Life. He also has been in a number of films, including Blade (1998) and The Patriot (2000).

Raymond-James is best known for his role as Rene Lenier in the HBO series True Blood. He has also made guest appearances in such series as CSI, Boston Legal, NCIS, and Lie to Me, among others.

This event is a preview for Steeltown Entertainment’s Steeltown Film Factory (SFF), a yearlong competition designed to engage Pittsburgh’s talented individuals to create films with Pittsburgh-inspired content. The SFF kickoff event will be held on Nov. 6. For more information on the competition, visit www.steeltownfilmfactory.org.

For more information on the Oct. 20 appearance of Logue and Raymond-James, contact Ryan O’Shea, Pitt in Hollywood president, at pittinhollywood@yahoo.com.

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