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Currently in their seventh season, the cast of the CBS megahit Blue Bloods, celebrates a major milestone with 92nd Street Y.

Please join stars Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, Len Cariou, Amy Carlson, Sami Gayle and Executive Producer Kevin Wade as they discuss how it feels to hit 150 episodes and reminisce about how it all began. A screening of the 150th episode will begin promptly at 7:30 pm on Monday, March 27 followed by a Q&A with the cast and executive producer.

Bios

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Tom Selleck

Tom Selleck's versatility in both television and film has won the attention of audiences and critics worldwide. He is perhaps best known for his portrayal of ‘Tom Magnum’ in the '80s CBS television hit, Magnum, P.I., which garnered him both an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series, as well as four People's Choice Awards, four Emmy nominations and six Golden Globe nominations for the role.

In addition to Blue Bloods, Selleck has established a contemporary audience from the success of his Emmy Award-nominated role in the Jesse Stone television movie franchise. Selleck executive produces and co-writes each installment. The most recent, Jesse: Stone: Benefit of the Doubt, aired on the Network in May 2012, and attracted 14.6 million viewers.

This fall, Selleck will star in the ninth installment of the franchise, Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise, on Hallmark. Selleck returns as a producer on the film, which chronicles the cases of fictional Police Chief Jesse Stone of Paradise, MA, a respected and well-liked cop whose life is complicated equally by alcohol and his relationship with his ex-wife.

Selleck narrated North America, a natural history documentary that premiered in May 2013. Produced by Keith Scholey, the North America film crew spent 2,830 days on 250 separate expeditions, using 11 types of cameras — including ultra-high-speed and submarine ones — to create more than 850 hours of footage. Selleck’s iconic voice helps bring the series to life with playful anecdotes and touching story telling of the expansive, beautiful terrain of the north, as well as the sometimes comical behaviors of the animals that inhabit it.

During 2007-2008, Selleck became a series regular on Las Vegas alongside Josh Duhamel and Molly Simms playing AJ Cooper, a cattle rancher turned multi-millionaire and the new owner of the Montecito Resort & Casino.

In 2006, he had the recurring role of Ivan Tiggs, Shirley Schmidt’s (Candice Bergen) lovable rogue ex-husband, on David E. Kelley’s drama series Boston Legal.

Selleck starred as ‘General Dwight D. Eisenhower’ in the 2004 Emmy nominated television movie, IKE: Countdown to D-Day, which was a two-hour film depicting the tense 90 days leading up to the D-Day invasion. The film was placed among the year’s top 10 primetime movies and was also nominated in the film category at the 2004 Monte Carlo Television Festival.

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Donnie Wahlberg

With an impressive background that spans television, film and music, Donnie Wahlberg captured the attention of audiences worldwide. He has proven his versatility by transforming himself from a teen pop sensation to a noteworthy dramatic film actor, critically acclaimed television star and an accomplished producer.

In 2009, Wahlberg was instrumental in putting together the phenomenally received reunion of New Kids on The Block, which yielded a new album and worldwide concert tour. In summer of 2011, he went on the NKOTBSB tour, uniting his band with Backstreet Boys and creating one of the most successful concert ventures in their history. During the spring and summer of 2015, Wahlberg once again toured with NKOTB.

On the production side, Wahlberg is the executive producer of the Emmy Award-nominated unscripted series Wahlburgers, a behind-the-scenes look at the titular restaurant owned by his brother, Paul Wahlberg, as well as Donnie and Mark. Additional series include Donnie Loves Jenny, which allows fans a behind-the-scenes look at the first year of marriage between Donnie and his wife Jenny McCarthy, Rock This Boat, and prior to that, Boston's Finest, a docudrama following the personal and professional lives of members of the Boston Police Department.

Wahlberg's film career includes a pivotal role in The Sixth Sense, which was originally written for a 13-year-old boy. It was not until Wahlberg met with M. Night Shyamalan to inquire about rights for a theater production that he ended up convincing the writer/director that no one else but he could play the role. Also, he co-starred with Mel Gibson in Ransom directed by Ron Howard, and starred in the independent film, Southie. Other film credits include Saw II, Annapolis and the independent film, Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing & Charm School. Also, he co-starred with Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro in Righteous Kill. Wahlberg co-wrote the feature What Doesn’t Kill You, in which he co-starred with Mark Ruffalo and Ethan Hawke, and also co-starred opposite Kevin James in The Zookeeper.

Wahlberg's television credits include co-starring with Harvey Keitel in the miniseries Path to 9/11, the award-winning miniseries Band of Brothers, The Kill Point and Boomtown.

The eighth of nine children, Wahlberg began performing in plays and banging on pots and pans as early as the first grade. In high school, he attended a fledgling arts program and became involved in theater, acting, writing and directing plays. At age 14, he started a band that, in just a few years, went from playing at high school parties to becoming pop music sensation New Kids on the Block. At the height of the group's popularity, Wahlberg decided to go in another direction by focusing on writing and producing for his brother, Mark. Then, he chose to explore his interest in acting and landed a role in Bullet with Mickey Rourke and Tupac Shakur, a project that lit a spark and motivated him to devote his energy to the craft of acting.

Wahlberg was born in Boston. His birthday is Aug. 17. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @DonnieWahlberg.

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Bridget Moynahan

Bridget Moynahan continues to have a stronghold in Hollywood as a sought-after leading lady. In 2014, she starred in Lionsgate’s action thriller John Wick, alongside Keanu Reeves. Most recently, she completed production on the independent film Midnight Sun with Goran Visnjic, due to be released on DVD this fall.

Moynahan made her feature film debut in Coyote Ugly as Rachel, a bartender and dancer in a wild New York City bar. She went on to star alongside John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale in the romantic comedy Serendipity. Soon after, Moynahan was cast opposite Ben Affleck and Morgan Freeman in the action film The Sum of All Fears, based on Tom Clancy’s bestselling novel of the same name. She has gone on to star in numerous blockbuster films, including the futuristic sci-fi thriller I, Robot with Will Smith, The Recruit opposite Al Pacino and Colin Farrell and the military science fiction thriller Battle: Los Angeles opposite Aaron Eckart.

Other feature film credits include Lord of War starring Nicolas Cage and Ethan Hawke, Noise opposite Tim Robbins and the independent feature Small Time with Christopher Meloni. Also, she starred alongside Selena Gomez and John Corbett in the film Ramona and Beezus based on the popular Beverly Cleary characters.

On television, Moynahan portrayed Natasha, Carrie Bradshaw’s rival and Mr. Bigs’ wife in the series Sex and the City. Also, she starred in J.J. Abrams’ drama, Six Degrees.

With a strong interest in childhood education, Moynahan takes time to serve on the National Board of Directors for Jumpstart, a national early education organization that works with children in low-income neighborhoods. She is also actively involved with The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, a community dedicated to providing "a different kind of healing" to seriously ill children and their families.

Born in Binghamton, New York and raised in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, Moynahan currently resides in New York. Her birthday is April 28. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @bridgetmoynahan.

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Will Estes

Will Estes has amassed a diverse body of film and television work, challenging himself with each role. On the small screen, Estes received critical acclaim for his performance as JJ Pryor in American Dreams. His additional television credits include a starring role in Reunion, and guest roles in The Cleaner, In Plain Sight, The 11th Hour and many others. Also, Estes starred in the television movies Dive from Clausen's Pier, The Familiar Stranger and See You in My Dreams.

Highlights of Estes’ film credits include his role in the two-time Academy Award-winning World War II film, U-571 and the third installment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman franchise The Dark Knight Rises, portraying "Officer Simon Jansen."

His additional film credits include Mimic 2, New Port South, Terror Tract, Blue Ridge Fall, May and Not Since You. Estes’ 2011 indie feature, Magic Valley, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. In 2012, he wrapped two independent films, the award- winning Line of Duty, playing a drug dealer searching for redemption and the lead role in the noir thriller Automotive, which premiered at the 2013 Dances with Films Festival in Los Angeles. During his hiatus last year, he filmed the upcoming psychological drama, Anchors.

When Estes is not on set, he spends time with his dogs, friends and family. He is a surfer and a cyclist. His interests include film, literature and mixed martial arts. His humanitarian efforts include advocating for ethical treatment of animals, the environment and sustainability.

Estes was born and raised in Los Angeles. Currently, he resides in New York City.

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Len Cariou

One of the theater world's most beloved talents, Len Cariou is a member of the Theatre Hall of Fame and a pre-eminent interpreter of the music of Steven Sondheim. On Broadway, he has appeared in Applause, for which he earned a Tony Award nomination and won the Theatre World Award; A Little Night Music, for which he was also nominated for a Tony Award; Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, for which he won a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award; Nightwatch, Cold Storage, Teddy and Alice, Dance a Little Closer, The Speed of Darkness, The Dinner Party and Proof.

Off-Broadway, Cariou has appeared in Mountain, Papa, The Persians, A Sorrow Beyond Dreams, The Master Class and Measure for Measure. In addition, he has served as Artistic Director of the Manitoba Theatre Center and Associate Director of the Guthrie Theatre.

On television, Cariou has appeared in Murder, She Wrote, CSI and Numb3rs, on the Network, Damages, Brotherhood, Ed, Law and Order, The Outer Limits, The Practice, The West Wing and many television films, including Into the Storm, for which he earned an Emmy Award nomination.

Cariou's feature film credits include One Man, for which he received a Genie Award, The Four Seasons, Flags of our Fathers, 1408, Executive Decision, Lady in White, Thirteen Days, About Schmidt, Secret Window, The Boynton Beach Bereavement Club, Prisoners and Spotlight. In addition, he supplied voice narration for the Academy Award-winning documentary The Johnstown Flood.

Cariou was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba and holds two honorary degrees as well as the Order of Manitoba. Currently, he resides on the Hudson River's shore in New Jersey with wife Heather Summerhayes Cariou, author of Sixtyfive Roses: A Sister's Memoir.

Cariou loves golf almost as much as he loves his family and friends. He's a Friar, an avid sports fan and a crack gin rummy player. His birthday is Sep. 30.

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Amy Carlson

Prior to Blue Bloods, Amy Carlson was well known for her roles as Alex Taylor in Third Watch and A.D.A. Kelly Gaffney in Law & Order: Trial By Jury. Her additional television credits include starring roles in Falcone, Peacemakers and Drift, as well as a recurring role in Get Real. She was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in the "Best Supporting Actress" category for Another World in 1998. Her television movie credits include Thanks for a Grateful Nation, Too Big to Fail and If These Walls Could Talk Part II.

Her feature film credits include The Green Lantern, Anamorph, The Kidnapping, Everything Put Together and The Babe. Carlson also has two upcoming films, the independent comedy Hits and the independent feature Natural Selection.

In addition to acting, Amy actively serves on the board of Hearts of Gold, a charity that provides support to homeless mothers and children. Recently, she had an essay on women’s rights published in the book Gettsyburg Replies.

Currently, Carlson resides in New York City with her husband, Syd Butler (bassist in the 8G Band on Late Night with Seth Meyers, and the indie legend band Les Savy Fav), and her two young children, Lyla and Nigel. Her birthday is July 7. Follow her on Twitter @theAmyCarlson and Instagram @TheAmyCarlson1.

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Sami Gayle

In addition to her current television role, Sami Gayle has been making waves in film, compiling an impressive list of past and upcoming projects. Gayle was last seen in Darren Aronofsky’s Noah, with Russell Crowe and in The Congress, opposite Robin Wright, which had its world premiere at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.

Gayle's big breakthrough role in film came in 2012 when she co-starred as a young prostitute opposite Adrien Brody in director Tony Kaye's Detachment. Also that year, she starred opposite Nicolas Cage and Josh Lucas in Stolen.

In 2014, Sami starred in Vampire Academy, followed by the independent film Hateship, Loveship, in which she appeared opposite Guy Pierce and Kristen Wiig.

Gayle began her acting career as Baby June in the off-Broadway production of Gypsy, starring Patti LuPone. She reprised her role when the production transferred to Broadway a few months later. Later, she co-starred in the off-Broadway plays Oohrah!, at the Atlantic Theatre Company and MCC Theatre's Family Week, under the direction of Academy Award winner Jonathan Demme. She was featured in the 2007 Broadway production of Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical.

On television, Gayle had a recurring role in Royal Pains.

Gayle’s birthday is Jan. 22. Follow her on Twitter @GayleTweets8.

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Kevin Wade

Kevin Wade is a playwright, screenwriter and television writer/producer whose credits include the stage plays Key Exchange, Mr. & Mrs. and Cruise Control, and the screenplays for the movies Working Girl, which earned seven Academy Award nominations, True Colors, Mr. Baseball, Junior, Meet Joe Black and Maid in Manhattan. Wade’s previous television credits include creating Cashmere Mafia.

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Vladimir Duthiers

Vladimir Duthiers is a CBS News correspondent based in New York. He became a correspondent for CBSN, the 24/7 digital streaming network from CBS News, at its launch in November 2014.

Since joining CBS News in 2014, the Peabody Award and Emmy Award-winning journalist has covered a wide-range of breaking and feature stories. He spent a month covering the protests against police in the aftermath of a white police officer shooting an unarmed African-American man in Ferguson, Missouri and spent several weeks reporting on the police manhunt for Eric Matthew Frein, who allegedly killed a Pennsylvania State Police officer. He’s explored how the New Jersey shore rebounded after Superstorm Sandy, flown with the Navy’s Blue Angels, profiled NBA star Russell Westbrook, looked at the high-end jets of the mega-wealthy, including a visit with Donald Trump, and has interviewed President Bill Clinton and JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon.

His work has been featured on CBS This Morning, the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley, CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood and all CBS News platforms.

Before CBS News, Duthiers was an international correspondent at CNN, based in Lagos, Nigeria. His work there was honored with a Peabody Award for his reporting on the more than 200 girls kidnapped from their school in Northeastern Nigeria by the Islamist terror group Boko Haram. During his assignment in Nigeria, Duthiers reported extensively on the terrorist activities of Boko Haram which has been responsible for killing thousands of Nigerians since 2009. While in the region, Duthiers covered the ongoing military intervention in Mali, the terrorist attack on the Amenas gas plant in Algeria, the trial and sentencing of the former Liberian warlord Charles Taylor at the ICC in Sierra Leone, the crash of Dana Air Flight 992 and President Barack Obama's visit to Senegal. He also reported from the Middle East on the Israeli-Palestinian crisis, from the streets of Bangkok during Thailand's political turmoil and the birth of the royal baby Prince George in July 2013.

Duthiers has reported on the plight of trafficked children in Haiti and investigated the American missionary Doug Perlitz, who was accused of sexually abusing Haitian street orphans under his care. In 2011, he interviewed Haitian President Michel Martelly, pressing him on his country's efforts to crack down on child trafficking.

He began his career at CNN in 2009 as a production assistant on the news program Amanpour before going on to serve as an associate producer for Anderson Cooper 360°. He was among the first journalists to arrive in Haiti to cover the 2010 earthquake and was part of the team that won two Emmy Awards for their coverage.

Prior to his career in journalism, Duthiers spent 18 years in the investment management industry, most recently as a managing director at an investment company, where he led global investment initiatives for clients based in 21 countries.

Duthiers graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a B.A. in political science and from Columbia University with a M.S. in journalism. He is fluent in French and Haitian Creole and is learning Mandarin Chinese.

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