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FOUND at Studio Center: "Lost" Star Terry O'Quinn

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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., June 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Studio Center, headquartered in Virginia Beach, Va., played host last week to the prolific television and film actor best-known for his role as John Locke on the TV series "Lost", Terry O'Quinn.

Studio Center On-Camera Talent Directors, Tiana Lopez and Genevieve Hayes-McBride, with actor Terry O'Quinn at Studio Center in Virginia Beach.

Mr. O'Quinn was in Studio Center's Virginia Beach location doing "live" satellite feed interviews to promote his new series "Gang Related", which airs 9pm EDT Thursday nights on FOX. In the series, O'Quinn's character, Sam Chapel, is the leader of an elite Los Angeles Gang Task Force.

The interviews with Mr. O'Quinn aired on morning TV talk shows across the country.

Commenting on Mr. O'Quinn's visit, William "Woody" Prettyman, Studio Center CEO, said "I've been a huge Terry O'Quinn fan since he scared me to death in 'The Stepfather' back in the 80s!  He's a huge talent and wonderful guy!  We look forward to having him in again soon."

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