Two DeSales Alumni, Back for PSF, Featured on WFMZ-TV

by Tom McNamara | Jul 16, 2013

Two DeSales alumni, Zack Robidas '06 & Alexie Gilmore '99, were featured on WFMZ this weekend as they both perform in Oscar Wilde's The Important of Being Earnest at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival.

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ALEXIE GILMORE TV: New Amsterdam, directed by Lasse Hallestrom (Cider House Rules), Rescue Me, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Nurse Jackie, a cross over role on Private Practice and Grey's Anatomy, House M.D., and many more. Film: Find Love by Erica Dunton, starred opposite Robin Williams in Bobcat Goldthwait's, World's Greatest Dad (premiered at Sundance Film Festival 2009), God Bless America, and Willow Creek(Boston Independent Film Festival 2013) which she starred in and produced as well. She has also starred as the romantic lead opposite Matthew McConaughey  in Surfer Dude, Mercy with Scott Caan (premiered at Cinevegas 2009), and Fairhaven with Chris Messina (premiered Tribeca Film Festival 2012). Other film credits include Definitely, Maybe, The Devil Wears Prada and The Babsitters. Due out later this year, Gilmore can be seen in the new Jason Reitman film,Labor Day, with Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin. 

ZACK ROBIDAS has appeared in Much Ado, OthelloThe Winter’s TaleThe Taming of the ShrewHenry IV Part 1Macbeth, A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Merchant of Venice with PSF. He has also worked on multiple productions with The Orlando Shakespeare Theater and NYC's Flux Theatre Ensemble. Film credits:Extremely Loud and Incredibly CloseArbitrageIt’s ComplicatedTooth and Nail, and The Golden Scallop. TV: Blue Blood, 30 RockCSI:NYLaw and OrderL&O Criminal Intent, I Just Want My Pants BackKings, as well as ESPN’s digital series The Pretty Good Sports Show


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