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Hollywood Actor Nick Searcy Endorses Movie Exposing Kermit Gosnell | Movie Snubbed by Hollywood!

The producers behind the funding project for a Kermit Gosnell movie informed LifeNews today that another Hollywood actor has endorsed the project. Nick Searcy, who plays Art Mullen in FX’s TV series Justified, has recorded a video about why it’s important that the Gosnell Movie gets made.

Searcy has had a long and varied acting career from TV shows such as Boston Legal, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and The West Wing and movies such as the Fugitive and Castaway.

The endorsement video follows on the heels of Kevin Sorbo, the star of TV’s Hercules and the recent box office hit God’s Not Dead, who came out in support of the Gosnell Movie.

“As you know many in Hollywood don’t want this film made but there is also a growing demand from others in Hollywood that the truth be told about Kermit Gosnell, a Philadelphia abortion doctor who killed thousands of live, viable babies in a 40 year killing spree,” the producers say.

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