Angie Harmon Makes City Council Plea for Charlotte Film Studio

Angie Harmon spoke to Charlotte City Council urging them to approve the proposed plan to build a new production studio at the Eastland Mall site. (photo: WSOC)

Actress Angie Harmon (Law & Order) spoke to the Charlotte City Council today, making a passionate plea urging the council to approve plans for the proposed “Studio Charlotte” and the former Eastland Mall site.

Angie Harmon spoke to Charlotte City Council urging them to approve the proposed plan to build a new production studio at the Eastland Mall site. (photo: WSOC)
Angie Harmon spoke to Charlotte City Council urging them to approve the proposed plan to build a new production studio at the Eastland Mall site. (photo: WSOC)

During an economic development meeting earlier today, Harmon told council members that she is raising her three daughters in Charlotte because she loves the city, but she does not like having to spend many months away from them in Los Angeles filming her TNT series Rizzoli & Isles.

She said her current plan is to retire when her daughters reach high school in order to spend more time with them, but that if a new studio was built in Charlotte, she could continue to work locally while also raising her girls.

Harmon makes a great case for approving the new studio, while also setting a shining example of the kind of heartfelt celebrity support the North Carolina film industry as a whole needs in order to prevent the state’s vital film incentives from expiring at the end of 2014.

You can click here to watch Angie Harmon speak to the Charlotte City Council earlier today, via WSOC!

Angie Harmon calls Charlotte, North Carolina home.
Angie Harmon calls Charlotte, North Carolina home.

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  1. Reblogged this on Kent Smith Photography and Directing Blog and commented:
    This is a big step for Charlotte to have some talented people stepping up for this cause. I remember when nobody believed in the N.C. Music Factory, but that has done more to shape this city than people will ever give it credit for accomplishing.

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