By Joshua Axelrod Pittsburgh Post-Gazette December 29, 2021 CMU’s Dagmara Dominczyk having ‘midlife career boost’ with ‘Succession,’ ‘The Lost Daughter’ The last few months of 2021 have been a particularly fruitful time for Dagmara Dominczyk. The 45-year-old Carnegie Mellon University graduate and accomplished thespian is giving audiences one heck of a one-two punch between reprising her role as Karolina Novotney in the HBO series “Succession” — the best show of 2021, in this
Headshot of Larry Powell, courtesy of Lelund Durond Thompson. By Tina Tuminella For as long as he can remember, 2008 College of Fine Arts graduate Larry Powell has invented characters and stories. He filled entire spiral notebooks with movie scripts at age 9. He couldn’t write fast enough — and when he ran out of notebook paper, he’d use paper bags. The writing never stopped, and, after college, Larry
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