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We featured a fictionalized screenplay with actual quotes from interviews with Kelly Aucoin ’85, Ben Mankiewicz ’85, GDS science teacher Bill George, and former teacher/coach Harold McNeill in our winter 2018 issue of Georgetown Days magazine (page 50).

Kelly AuCoin '85 has played ‘Dollar’ Bill Stearn on Showtime’s Billions for the past 4 seasons. Other TV work includes Pastor Tim on FX’s The Americans, Hercules Mulligan on AMC’s TURN, and Gary Stamper on House of Cards, as well as The BlacklistThe Slap, Madam Secretary, Person of Interest, The Following, The Good Wife, Elementary, Blue Bloods, Unforgettable, Body of Proof, Gossip Girl, White Collar, The Sopranos, Kings, Without A Trace, and many Law & Order episodes of various suffixes. His film credits include The Post, The Wizard of Lies, Julie & Julia, The Kingdom, All That I Am (SXSW Award; Ensemble Acting), Drunk ParentsPolice State, The Music Never Stopped, The Word, and the upcoming The Chinese Cop. Theatre credits include Octavius Caesar in Julius Caesar on Broadway opposite Denzel Washington, and the first national touring company of Copenhagen. He was part of the Drama Desk Award-winning ensemble of The Wayside Motor Inn (Signature Theatre), and his other Off-Broadway credits include Of Good Stock (Manhattan Theatre Club), The Call (Playwrights Horizons), Radiance (LAByrinth) Some Men (Second Stage), Boy (Primary Stages), Happy Now? (Primary Stages), Jailbait (Cherry Lane), The Ladies Of The Corridor (Peccadillo), and The Fifth Column (Mint Theater). Regional appearances include Yale Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, Williamstown, Syracuse Stage, Folger, Hartford Stage, TheatreVirginia, Virginia Stage, and New York Stage & Film. He is a former member of the Oregon Shakespeare festival acting company.

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