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Why I Revlon Run/Walk: Robert Score

March 30, 2011

Robert ScoreThe second clip in our video series leading up to the EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women (April 30 in New York and May 7 in Los Angeles) features Actors Fund team member Robert Score, Recording-Corresponding Secretary for IATSE Local One. A long-time stagehand and member of Local One since 1989, he also serves on the Board of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, as well as The Actors Fund’s National Advisory Board. Bobby and his family have been part of The Fund’s Revlon Run/Walk team for the last five years, as he and his wife, actress Haviland Morris, want to show their children how important it is to volunteer for a cause—especially The Actors Fund, because of all of the important work it does throughout the entertainment community.

Become part of The Actors Fund team for the 14th Annual Revlon Run/Walk (click here for New York and here for Los Angeles), for which we’re walking in memory of our beloved friend Lynn Redgrave, as well as all the women in our lives that have faced cancer. Your participation directly impacts EIF funding for The Actors Fund Phyllis Newman Women’s Health Initiative (PNWHI), which serves women in the entertainment community confronting cancer and other serious heath diagnoses. Questions about The Actors Fund Team? Please contact Amy Picar at 212.221.7300 ext. 134 or apicar@actorsfund.org.

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