VITAC: As Seen in Abduction

Oct 7 2011 David Titmus
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Movie goers have another reason to watch the movie “Abduction.”

Not only with the thriller filmed in Pittsburgh, but our HR Manager, Mark Panichella made his film debut!!
Last summer, Mark read a casting call for terrorist extra roles and thought he has what it takes to make the cut. After the casting director saw his professional demeanor and talents, they immediately upgraded him to a CIA agent!
Mark had to shave off his signature beard for the role and “Mad Men” his hair. Mark’s line “figures” got cut from the screened movie, but he still made it on screen! Thirty minutes into the movie, you can catch Mark sitting with a pensive look on his face.