Fresh from his Broadway stint in the Tony Award-winning "The Book of Mormon," Carnegie Mellon University alumnus Josh Gad (A'03) takes his talent to primetime in "1600 Penn," a new mid-season comedy series premiering on NBC.
Gad is just one of the stars from CMU's School of Drama who will be lighting up primetime TV this fall season. Check out:
- Matt Bomer (A'00), White Collar, USA Network. (Watch for former classmate Pablo Schreiber (A'00), who joins him for an episode.)
- Christian Borle (A'95), SMASH, NBC
- Ted Danson (A'72), CSI, CBS
- Cote de Pablo (A'00), NCIS, CBS
- Demetrius Grosse (A'05), Justified, FX
- Ian Harding (A'09), Pretty Little Liars, ABC
- Megan Hilty (A'04), SMASH, NBC
- Gabriel Macht (A'94), Suits, USA Network
- Joe Manganiello (A'04), True Blood, HBO
- Michael McMillian (A'02), True Blood, HBO
- Katy Mixon (A'03), Mike and Molly, CBS
- Leslie Odom, Jr. (A'03), SMASH, NBC
- Aaron Staton (A'04), Mad Men, AMC
- Tamara Tunie (A'81), Law and Order: SVU, NBC
And keep an eye on the credits. CMU has stars behind the scenes as well, from set designers to producers, writers and directors.
Check your local listings for dates and times.