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  • Writer's pictureAugust Sorenson

Alumni-in-the-News, July ’23

Updated: Jul 7, 2023

The extent of achievements by our alumni is enough to warrant an exhaustive laundry list. Below, catch a few from the first few days of July.

To share yours, get in touch with The Alumni Relations Department at alumnirelations@aada.edu.

Stephen Amell (’01) & Chris Bauer (’88)

The wrestling drama, Heels, will return for a second season. Featuring two alumni, Stephen Amell (’01) and Chris Bauer (’88), the rugged drama has earned acclaim and a strong fanbase.

Further reading here.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge (ST ’02)

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge (ST '02), had its theatrical release last week.

Read a Pages discussion of the film, written by Duke Pierce, here.

Diane Cilento (’79)

The cult horror film The Wicker Man, featuring Diane Cilento ('79), will receive a 4K Ultra HD treatment for its fiftieth anniversary. It’s releases will feature three cuts of the film: a Final Cut, Director’s Cut, and Theatrical Cut.

Further reading here.

Eion Bailey (’96)

MGM+’s From, staring Eion Bailey ('96), has been renewed for season three.


Further reading here.

Luke Grimes (’04)

Happiness for Beginners, a romantic comedy from Netflix, will star Luke Grimes (’04) alongside Ellie Kemper. The film is set to release later this month.

Further reading and trailer here.


Sarah Paulson (ST ’92)

Sarah Paulson (ST ’92) appears in the second season of Hulu's hit kitchen-drama The Bear.

Nick Cassavetes (’80)

Nick Cassavetes' ('80) God is a Bullet is released in theaters.

Adrien Brody (ST ’93)

Asteroid City, featuring Adrien Brody (ST '93) is now is theaters.

Further reading from The Academy Pages here.


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