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In this episode of conversation@wqed, we have a movie star stopping by the WQED studio! Pittsburgh native David Conrad, star of film and television shows including Wedding Crashers and Ghost Whisperer, joins Michael Bartley for a conversation on what’s next for his career and why he still calls Pittsburgh home.

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