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Bradley Whitford, the former star of the TV series “The West Wing,” gave pep talks to student Democrats on three University of Wisconsin campuses on Friday on behalf of Mary Burke’s gubernatorial campaign.
Whitford, who graduated from Madison East High School in Madison, got a warm welcome from about 30 students on the UW-Madison campus.
Press release from National Geographic Channel, March 16, 2018: National Geographic taps two-time Emmy Award-winning actor Bradley Whitford (“Get Out,” “The Post,” “The West Wing”), Steve Zahn (“War of the Planet of the Apes,” ABC’s “The Crossing”) and Lamorne Morris (“Game Night,” “New Girl”) to star in six-part limited series, Valley of the Boom.
From STXtv, the television division of Robert Simonds’ STX Entertainment, along with creator, showrunner, director and executive producer Matthew Carnahan (Showtime’s “House of Lies”) and executive producer Arianna Huffington, Valley of the Boom will begin filming March 26 in Vancouver, Canada.
“It's disgusting.” Eighteen-year-old sophomore political science major Chet Agni said a lot of his fellow students are apathetic about the election.Joel Ehninger of Matthew Carnahan Circus Products boards as co-executive producer.For National Geographic, Bernstein is executive vice president global scripted development and production, and for STXtv Jada Miranda is EVP and head of scripted television, responsible for development and oversight of all of STXtv’s scripted projects.But he thinks when stars like Whitford come to town, it could prompt some of them to pay more attention.“They start listening to what’s going on and (the) way are people coming to Wisconsin — why are people talking about Wisconsin,” said Agni.
“Matthew and his team have figured out an organic and dynamic way to interweave interviews with real-life Silicon Valley icons to amplify and enhance the authenticity and unpredictability of this fascinating true story.” “Matthew has written an original and riveting series with Valley of the Boom, in an incredibly unique format that is sure to keep audiences engaged and on the edge of their seats,” said Jada Miranda, EVP and head of scripted television at STXtv.