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Law & Order at The River Project

Filed under: General,Work — 11:52 am

I’ve been volunteering at The River Project for a little over a month now. I work mostly on a seahorse project and help out with updating their website a bit.

This morning they were filming a scene for Law & Order: Criminal Intent in our big shed. Diana, a woman I work with, told me that this is the third time they’ve filmed there in the past year or so. Of course, the coolest thing was that I met Vincent D’Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe. I chatted with D’Onofrio for a bit between scenes and gave him a poster on estuaries that he said his son would like. He seemed like a real nice guy.

Here are some of the better photos I took:

A bit of the set Diana and Vincent They renamed us 'Planet Preserve' A few of their chairs Me with Vincent D'Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe

And I’m told the episode they were filming is named “Beast”.

7 Responses to “Law & Order at The River Project”

  1. Joey Says:

    Why do you have all the luck? You’ve had contact with more celebrities this month than any person should have in a lifetime. Law & Order: CI is one of my favorite shows, but my wife hates it because D’Onofrio’s character is so warped.

  2. Tom Says:

    Heh, I love how D’Onofrio’s character is warped. Though maybe warped isn’t the best word…

  3. Lynda Says:

    Thanks Tom for sharing these pics and info. and especially with the Reel Site, which is one of the more predominant and vital VDO sites, for his fans.
    Also, keep up the good work with the River Project.

  4. Stu Says:

    I have to concur with Joey. I am still wondering how you got in with TBC *grumble grumble grumble*

  5. Tom Says:

    Yeah, meeting The Brothers Chaps was quite the adventure. Much much better than Law & Order.

  6. Guess and Check » “Beast“ airs tonight Says:

    [...] I found out via Trish from TheReelVincentD’ blog that the episode that filmed at The River Project will air tonight at 9 pm eastern on NBC. [...]

  7. Anonymous Says:

    u met vincent …lucky you eh?

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