As you set your DVR for the new fall shows, be sure you don't miss the ones that feature Carnegie Mellon's talented alums — on screen and behind the scenes.
"Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama is one of the world's leading educational institutions focused on preparing young artists for careers in the theater and entertainment industries," said Peter Cooke, head of the school.
"Housed in state-of-the-art facilities, and with a distinguished faculty," he added, "the school is a conservatory with a progressive approach to educational models, theater making, research and the exploration and incorporation of new technologies into all aspects of dramatic practice."
Below is just a sampling of School of Drama alumni who are continuing to build on the one of-a-kind drama education they received at Carnegie Mellon as they hit primetime this season:
Eduardo Castro (A'76) is costume designer for "Ugly Betty" on ABC
Arthur Chadwick (A'97) is the set designer for CBS's "Accidentally on Purpose"
Alison Schmidt (A'97) is the costumer for CBS's "Three Rivers"
John Wells (A'79) produced NBC's "Southland"
In other entertainment news, movie-goers will find Katy Mixon (A'03) in the new film "All About Steve," starring Sandra Bullock. Gabriel Macht (A'94) garnered a starring role in "Whiteout," and Patrick Wilson (A'95) will star in two upcoming films "Barry Munday" and "Morning Glory."