This is the first promo of Game Changers, Jennifer’s first of three episodes on The Mob Doctor airing on Monday 26th on Fox.
Jennifer (Celeste LaPree) plays a call girl-turned-madam and old girlfriend of Constantine, who in an attempt to form a coalition of mob factions, enlists Celeste, now married to a hypochondriac mafia boss who runs Chicago’s Northside.
As previously reported, Jennifer is attending the first ever Hero Summit in Washington DC, 14-15 November.
The goal of the summit is to bring together military heroes and exceptional civilians for meaningful dialogues and information-sharing.
Jennifer said that she was there to do “research” for a TV show in development about the military (Laughs Unlimited).
Jennifer is expected to attend next week’s inaugural ”The Hero Summit: An Exploration of Character and Courage”
The summit, organised by Newsweek and The Daily Beast, is a two-day gathering taking place at the United States Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C., Nov. 14–15.
Jennifer will guest star on the Fox’s tv series The Mob Doctor for at least 3 episodes with the first one to air on Monday November 26th.
Creator Josh Berman told TvFanatic: “I’m thrilled to have Jennifer Beals join the cast for at least three episodes. We wrote the role of Celeste LaPree specifically with her in mind. She’s gorgeous, empowered, and strong. The character used to date Constantine Alexander (William Forsythe) before he was sent to jail, fifteen years ago.
Jennifer picked up the Human Rights Campaign’s Ally for Equality Award on Saturday 20th at the gala held at the Fairmont Hotel in Chicago.
The award is presented to a non-LGBT figure who demonstrates outstanding support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
Check out this media coverage of the event from Windy City Media Group and Chicago Pride
“I long for the day when the ally award will be obsolete because we will be allies together.” Jennifer said during her speech.
Jennifer will be presented with the Human Rights Campaign’s Ally For Equality Award on October 20th in Chicago. http://www.hrcchicago.org/awards.html
For tickets and information on this event please visit http://www.hrcchicago.org/tickets.html
The Human Rights Campaign is America’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality.