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June 16, 2012

Christopher McDonald talks 'Harry's Law' cancellation, future projects

The Screen Actors Guild Foundation hosted their annual Golf Classic, a charity tournament benefiting the Foundation’s Catastrophic Health Fund and Assistance Programs. The event hosted by Ron Perlman, had stars of television and movies out to support the worthy cause.
The Golf Classic brings together golf enthusiast from the sports and entertainment communities to raise funds for the foundation, which provides vital support to the acting community in times of need.
In attendance to play golf and to lend their support to their organization were Alan Thicke, Breckin Meyer, Christopher McDonald, CS Lee, Danny Masterson, Dave Annable, David Leisure, Dawnn Lewis, Dennis Haysbert, Gabriel Aubrey, Greg Ellis, Greg Itzin, James Remar, Jeff Nordling, JoBeth Williams, Joe Mantegna, Joel Gretsch, Joel McHale, Kathryn Newton, Kurt Fuller, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Michael Cassidy, Paula Trickey, Robert Hays, Ron Perlman, Sally Whitfield, Scott Bakula, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Tim Allen, Tom Bower, and many more.

Spotlight-On-Entertainment talked to actor Christopher McDonald on the red carpet before tee-off where he talked about his cancelled too soon show "Harry's Law," and also discusses working on HBO's "Boardwalk Empire." 
Check out the interview below to hear what he had to say. (Excuse the unavoidable lighting issues)
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