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NY Conversations Event with Steve Guttenberg - Registration Open!

StevenGuttenberg4-1Come see Steve Guttenberg, star of dozens of blockbuster films, in a two-hour, career-focused Conversations Event at the NYIT Auditorium on Broadway in NYC. 

This star of over 50 films (including four successful series: “Police Academy,” “Three Men and a Baby,” “Short Circuit” and Ron Howard’s “Cocoon” and their sequels) is sure to provide insight into what it takes to be an actor in the biz. The event will occur this coming Monday, December 19th at 7:00pm. 

Event Type: Conversations Event with Steve Guttenberg

Date: Monday, December 19th

Time: 7:00pm (Check-in starts at 6:15)

NYIT Auditorium on Broadway
1871 Broadway (Btw 61st and 62nd st.)
New York City

Seating is limited.  RSVP Required.  Union members (SAG/AFTRA/Equity) can register to attend and bring a guest HERE. This is a no-cost event.


About Steve Guttenberg:
Star of a dozen films that have grossed 100 million dollars at the American box-office, with leading-man looks and critically acknowledged comedy and dramatic chops, Steve Guttenberg has climbed his way to the top of being one of Hollywood’s favorite actors.

In addition to his work as an actor and filmmaker, Guttenberg has put his time to good use, additionally creating the Guttenhouse project. He initiated the Guttenhouse project to house selected youths who are phased out of foster care programs at the age of 18 and would otherwise wind up on the streets, with no housing or direction.

His first Guttenhouse has accommodated a half dozen kids for varying lengths of time for the past seven years, giving each private bedrooms, use of computer equipment, regular oversight by a trained social worker and mentoring. He has also headed the $7,000,000 campaign to provide glasses for 50,000 sight-challenged youngsters whose families cannot afford eye care.

He has headed other such important national campaigns for the Entertainment Industry Foundation and was recently lauded by the Red Cross for his very personal work following Hurricane Katrina. His family and friends are the most important part of his life.

Funded by grants and donations, the non-profit Screen Actors Guild Foundation’s free programs assist, educate and inspire actors toward their fullest potential in career, life and community. Celebrate the actor – support the SAG Foundation!  www.sagfoundation.org

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