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North Fork TV Festival To Honor "Blue Bloods" Actress Bridget Moynahan

Olivia Rutigliano

Actress Bridget Moynahan. (Courtesy Photo)

To kick off the third annual North Fork TV Festival, on Thursday, September 6, Mayor George W. Hubbard Jr. will award actresss Bridget Moynahan with a Certificate of Commendation in honor of her function as Ambassador for the Arts to the Village of Greenport.

Moynahan is being recognized for her commitment to the arts and dedication and passion for philanthropy.

"This will be a great evening on the East End. We are incredibly thrilled that both Mayor Hubbard and Ms. Moynahan will be celebrating the spirit of independent television with us in the North Fork and we are honored to host this very special event applauding Ms. Moynahan's work in the industry and her dedication to the arts," Festival Founder Noah Doyle reflected.

Moynahan currently stars on the CBS drama Blue Bloods and will be featured in the upcoming film, Drunk Parents, alongside Selma Hayak and Alec Baldwin. She has also had roles in Coyote Ugly, I, Robot, The Recruit, The Sum of All Fears, Battle: Los Angeles, and Sex and the City, and opposite Keanu Reeves in the John Wick films.

The North Fork TV Festival, held in Greenport, celebrates the evolution of television by drawing attention to independent TV and by bringing together television's best executives, producers, directors, writers and actors with new, innovative creators.

The festival runs from Thursday, September 6 to Saturday, September 8.

The North Fork TV Festival is held in Greenport. For more information, visit, www.northfork.tv.

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