Famous Actor, Author to Speak at Church Farm School on Oct. 13

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Hill Harper

Actor, author, and philanthropist Hill Harper, star of the new ABC drama The Good Doctor, will be sharing his views on the importance of quality education for underserved youth at Church Farm School in Exton on Oct. 13.

Harper is the founder of the Manifest Your Destiny Foundation dedicated to empowering young people through mentorship, scholarship, and grant programs. He is also a New York Times bestselling author for his books Letters to a Young Brother, Letters to a Young Sister, and The Conversation.


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Harper starred on the hit CBS drama CSI: NY and Showtime’s award-winning series Homeland. This fall, he will begin his role as Dr. Marcus Andrews on the highly anticipated new show The Good Doctor on ABC.

Harper graduated magna cum laude from Brown University and cum laude with a Juris Doctorate degree from Harvard Law School. He has earned seven NAACP Image Awards for his writing and acting.

“We are thrilled to welcome Mr. Harper to our campus to address our community about work that so closely aligns with our own mission of providing educational access to underserved youth,” said The Reverend Edmund K. Sherrill II. “Since 1918, Church Farm School has been focused on ensuring that young men of good character and academic ability from the Philadelphia area and beyond have equitable and economical access to our private education.

“Mr. Harper’s message is an important one as we celebrate our centennial year.”

To RSVP for this free, limited-seating event, please contact development@gocfs.net or register online here.

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