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He produced, directed, and starred in Burn This at the New Hazlett Theater last summer and you can catch him live, narrating Copland’s A Lincoln Portrait on April 11 at the Carnegie Music Hall in Carnegie. I'd bring them straight through the tubes to La Prima in the Strip for a mini-breakfast (not on a Saturday of course), then I'd take them up to Polish Hill and show them the Basilica and the monument bearing the names of local men who served in WWII (nearly every walking male between 17 and 40) so they get a sense of the backbone of this City, then I'd say, “Hey do you want to hike a little?” and I'd go out to Fox Chapel and park at the back of Hartwood and walk all the trails, saying hi to the draft horse that lives down in the hollow and then up to the Mansion for a tour.He is the great-grandson of electrical engineer Frank Conrad.He is a native of Swissvale, Pennsylvania, and grew up on the border of Edgewood, both suburbs of Pittsburgh.Teen roles in several TV series and a spin-off music career eventually led to a starring role - at just 18 - in the hugely successful film , who is able to see and communicate with the dead - has turned out to be the best career move Jennifer has made.
He studied history at Brown University, and began acting while he was there.He left Brown in 1990 and worked as a carpenter, a barista, a housepainter, and interviewed former steelworkers for a historical society in Pittsburgh.He then went on to study theatre at New York’s prestigious Juilliard School (released in 1997 on Showtime as Snow White: A Tale of Terror). ah, screw it, obsession with David Conrad dates to about 15 years ago. [swoon].”I made up my mind right then and there, over the pages of the newspaper which featured a picture of him at the party, that somehow, someway, someday I was going to meet David Conrad and hug him and tell him how much I love that he continued to love Pittsburgh even when Hollywood came calling.At the time, he had caught his big break starring in ABC’s Relativity opposite Kimberly Williams, yet despite his success in Hollywood, was attending a Halloween costume party benefiting a local arts organization here in Pittsburgh. It took 13 years, but I did finally get to do that when I had lunch with him at The Common Plea two years ago.