Some of Hollywood's biggest names are showing their support to police officers from the Hudson Valley.
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On Saturday, Justin Theroux stopped to take a picture with officers from the Beacon Police Department while working on "The White House Plumbers," a series set to premiere in HBO. Pictured from left to right: PO Santiago, PO Sequist, Justin Theroux, LT Walden, PO Connor.
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“The White House Plumbers," is a five-part HBO limited series. The highly anticipated show will star Woody Harrelson and Theroux. The series will revisit President Nixon and the Watergate scandal. Woody has been
all over the Hudson Valley in recent months
Harrelson also stopped to take a picture with officers
from the Beacon Police Department while working on the set of "The White House Plumbers," a series set to premiere on HBO. Pictured from left to right: Sgt O'Connor, LT Walden, Woody Harrelson, Sgt Greenough and PO Wood.
In March, Ben Stiller
also posed for a photo with Beacon police officers
. Pictured from Left to right: Sgt. Dewey, Sgt. Confield, PO Santiago, Ben Stiller, Lt. Walden and Sgt. Greenough.
Stiller was in Dutchess County wrapping up filming for "Severance," which is expected to be released later this year on Apple TV+. "Severance" is a thriller that features actors Christopher Walken, Adam Scott and Patricia Arquette, according to IMBD. The series is directed by Stiller.
A few years ago, Stiller was spotted
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