#SPOTTED: PETER GALLAGHER IN TORONTO FOR GRAND OPENING OF “LUCKEE” BY SUSUR LEE
Finally! This certainly isn’t my first time meeting handsome Singer/Musician/Actor Peter Gallagher, but was it ever worth the wait! Known best as Sandy Cohen on The O.C., Gallagher has been in and out of Toronto for the past few years filming USA Network‘s acclaimed Series, Covert Affairs.
The New York-Native had a break in his schedule tonight to pop into the Launch of Celebrity Chef Susur Lee‘s exciting new Chinese Restaurant Luckee at the Soho Metropolitan Hotel, where he took tons of Photos with local Media types.
Read about the last time we spotted Gallagher here back in 2010.
See our Snap below:
And by the way, we love the Signage at Luckee and would love one in our Bedroom!
The Fifth Season of Covert Affairs premieres later this year.
(Photo credit: Mr. Will Wong/USA Network)
#SPOTTED: ODED FEHR IN TORONTO FOR “COVERT AFFAIRS”
Oh yeah, HIM! Israeli-born, but now American-based Actor Oded Fehr is a familiar face to many Resident Evil Fans, but those of you who followed Cult Hit Charmed, might also have a fond memory or two of him. Currently in Toronto filming Covert Affairs, in which he stars in the recurring role of Eyal Lavin, Fehr was spotted out earlier this evening grabbing some Indian Cuisine after a day at work. On the well-received Series, he plays a Mossad Operative who is an Ally of Annie (Piper Perabo).
Surprised to be recognized, Fehr was super-nice to to stop for a quick Snap after a long day. “Nice Camera!”, he said after spotting my Olympus E-PL2! We got to talking about some of his famous Neighbours staying in his vicinity and he tells me two words about the Cast of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, “Nice Kids!”.
The Actor recently made an appearance at TIFF 2012 for the Red Carpet Premiere of Inescapable, alongside Marisa Tomei, Joshua Jackson and Alexander Siddig.
Covert Affairs currently is in its third season on Showcase in Canada, while news of a fourth season with 16 episodes being green-lit just was announced two weeks ago.
(Photo credit: Mr. Will Wong)