New photos in the Katie Leclerc fan gallery this morning from thew Avengers Premiere last night as well as the Nylon party two nights ago.
AWESOME article and I love soo much seeing Katie be honored like this!
Alicia (Keys) Cook, Diana Ross, Marilyn Monroe, Phillis Wheatley, Beyonce and first lady Michelle Obama made brief appearances Friday at Thomasville High School to give students insight about their lives.
The celebrities were not at the school in person — student members of Women of Standard were portraying the singers, actors and icons as part of Women’s History Month through a wax museum they created.
Sophomore Tori Boles played actor Katie Leclerc. She enjoys being a part of the group and always having someone to talk to. She believes the project was a good idea.
New Screencaps in the Katie Leclerc Fan Gallery from last night’s Switched at Birth.
For “The Confession,” Sherry Stringfield (“ER”) reprises her role from the original film as a woman who gave up her daughter for adoption. The daughter, who was raised in an Amish community, is being played by Katie Leclerc (“Switched at Birth”), who took over a role played by Danielle Panabaker in the first film.
The cast also includes Adrian Paul (“Highlander” and “Eyeborgs,” which was also filmed in Winston-Salem) and Cameron Deane Stewart. Michael Landon Jr., who directed the first film, is also directing this one.
“It’s repeat business, which in my world is wonderful,” said Rebecca Clark, the director of the Piedmont Triad Film Commission, which lured the production team back to Winston-Salem for the sequel. “To have a film crew come back, and to bring another production back to the area, ultimately that’s what we want.”
David Kappes, the producer of the film, said the production team decided to come back to Winston-Salem because of “the support we got from the film commission and from the people of Winston-Salem. Everybody here has been very welcoming.”
The film has a production crew of about 60 people, 80 percent of whom have been hired locally, either in the Triad or from Charlotte, Kappes estimated. Up to 14 local actors will have speaking roles, and many more will be background players.