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Meet Gillian Anderson on the set of Crisis in Chicago

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You and a guest will enjoy a set visit to NBC's one-hour drama Crisis in Chicago where you will meet star Gillian Anderson - and watch filming of this new political thriller that shows how quickly America's most powerful people can be brought down.

From executive producer/writer Rand Ravich, and starring Gillian Anderson, Dermot Mulroney, Lance Gross and Rachael Taylor comes the most emotionally charged action thriller of the season. If extras are needed on the day of your visit, you will be welcome to be in the show! You will also receive a signed head shot of Gillian as Agent Scully.

Gillian Anderson is a TV and film actress best known for her role as Agent Scully on X-Files as well as for her roles in Hannibal, Bleak House, and Last King of Scotland.

Donated by: Gillian Anderson

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All participants must be over the age of 18. Valid for 2 people. Approximate duration 2 hours to 1/2 day depending on shooting schedule. Valid from September through November 2013. Winner is responsible for the cost of the meal. Travel and accommodations are not included. There is no guarantee that you will meet any other members of the cast of Crisis. Please note - background check will be required. Production reserves the right to have guests sign a non-disclosure agreement. Production also reserves the right to terminate a set visit for any reason. Experience cannot be resold or re-auctioned. You and your guest can each bring two items to be signed as well as a camera for photos with Gillian only. No photos or recording of the set/filming location will be allowed.
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