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Dondre Whitfield Boards CW's Naval Base-Set Pilot 'Company Town'

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by Tambay A. Obenson
February 27, 2013 10:16 AM
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Dondre Whitfield has joined Merle Dandridge (Sons Of Anarchy), and Arjun Gupta (Nurse Jackie) in the CW pilot Company Town, written by Sera Gamble and directed by Taylor Hackford, and which chronicles the aftermath of a scandal at a Naval base, which touches the lives of both civilians and military personnel.

The project follows two 20-something women who grew up together, were once best friends, but now are on opposite sides of the Military divide.

Whitfield will play Don, a combat-trained trauma surgeon working at the Naval base’s hospital who is troubled by the repercussions of the scandal on the base.

Last we wrote about Whitfield, he was slated to co-star in Aireka Muse's ensemble film, The Other Side of Love, with Dorian Missick.

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2 Comments

  • Crazy Ray | February 27, 2013 7:04 PMReply

    I knooooooow!! I don't know WHY people fight it, just go bald, get a goattee if you feel naked face.. Dondre's hairline is OUTTA THERE!!

  • ...and just walk away. | February 27, 2013 5:25 PMReply

    Dondre, my man, congrats on the new gig, you're a great actor and I'm sure you'll do great. ...but that hairline dude, it's gotta go player. I know it's hard to say goodbye to yesterday, trust me I know, but it's time pimpin', shave it clean and strut young man strut!

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