PATRICIA HEATON & DAVID HUNT PLUS WILBERFORCE UNIVERSITY V.P. JOIN AMAZING GRACE PANEL

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PATRICIA HEATON & DAVID HUNT PLUS WILBERFORCE UNIVERSITY V.P. JOIN AMAZING GRACE PANEL

Hot off the press - Wilberforce University Vice President for Institutional Advancement Marshall Mitchell as well as producers Patricia Heaton and David Hunt (see below) join producer Ken Wales and U.S. Senator Sam Brownback on the panel discussion following the Thursday, February 22 screening of AMAZING GRACE, co-presented by Inter-Mission, Wordsmith Media, Inc. and Walden Media.
Established before the Civil War, the nation's oldest private black college was a powerful focal point in the struggle for equality and served as a destination point on the Ohio Underground Railroad. In 1863, Wilberforce became the first black college to be owned and operated by African-Americans. Wilberforce has played host to some of the most famous and influential African-Americans of the 19th and 20th centuries. Dr. W.E.B. DuBois, the pre-eminent black scholar and co-founder of the NAACP, taught there for two years. Other notables, including Leontyne Price, earned their undergraduate degrees at Wilberforce. Wilberforce celebrated its 150th anniversary last year.

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Husband and wife team Patricia Heaton and David Hunt of FourBoys Films will also be joining the panel discussion.
Well known for her break-out role as Debra Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond, Heaton won two Emmy Awards for the role. She will soon be starring in 20th Century Fox's newest television comedy Action News. Heaton also starred in the TNT/Neil Simon production of The Goodbye Girl and ABC's The Path to 9/11. Her feature film credits include Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Beethoven and Space Jam.
Soon to appear in The Deal with Bill Macy and Meg Ryan, David Hunt has also appeared in such films as Eyes Wide Shut and Bobby Jones. Hunt's television movies include Murder on the Orient Express for CBS, The Dancer's Touch for ABC and The Grid for TNT/BBC. He has been a series regular on shows including Beck (BBC) and Falcon Crest, and has appeared in the TV series Monk, Numbers, and Everybody Loves Raymond. Hunt is currently appearing in the series 24.
In 2001, Heaton and Hunt co-founded the production company FourBoys Films. Their past productions include The Engagement Ring for TNT, which they produced and starred in. FourBoys Films were among the producers of Amazing Grace in conjunction with Bristol Bay Productions.


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