USO Trip – October 23, 2013
“Our USO trip to San Antonio was incredibly exciting. As a parent of a young child, I have such a profound respect for our nation’s military families. They often sacrifice time away from those they love, and do so while maintaining our security. These families deserve acknowledgement and praise for their efforts, and I’m honored to have expressed mine with help from the USO and hope to have helped boost their morale in the process.”
Stars of Warner Bros.’ Revolution Volunteer with the USO and Support Military Community in San Antonio
Actors Billy Burke, Tracy Spiridakos, Giancarlo Esposito, David Lyons and Elizabeth Mitchell Extend Gratitude to Troops and their Families on Morale Boosting USO Visit to Lackland Air Force Base and Fort Sam Houston in Texas
Arlington, VA (PRWEB) October 22, 2013
Stars from Warner Bros. hit series Revolution volunteered with the USO on Saturday, October 19, and delivered smiles, hugs and support to troops and military families stationed in San Antonio, Texas. Currently on location in Austin filming season two of the epic, swashbuckling TV drama, actors Billy Burke, Tracy Spiridakos, Giancarlo Esposito, David Lyons and Elizabeth Mitchell paid a USO visit to Lackland Air Force Base and Fort Sam Houston, where they shared special moments with service members and their families, posing for photos and signing autographs.
- As part of the USO experience, the group met with hundreds of military families stationed in and around San Antonio, Texas.
- This trip marked the first USO experience for each of the Revolution castmates.
Nominated for an Emmy® for her role as Juliet on Lost, Elizabeth Mitchell currently portrays Rachel Matheson on Revolution and previously starred on the Warner Bros. sci-fi series V. Whether portraying Mrs. Clause opposite Tim Allen in Disney’s The Santa Clause trilogy or time-traveling with Dennis Quaid in Frequency, Mitchell has been featured in a string of hit films including Gia with Angelina Jolie, Answers to Nothing opposite Dane Cook, Nurse Betty starring Renee Zellweger, Running Scared starring Paul Walker and ESPN’s The Dale Earnhardt Story. Mitchell was also featured in NBC’s critically-acclaimed Lyon’s Den and as on John Wells’ landmark medical drama ER.