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LA MUJER ESTADOUNIDENSE PROTOTÍPICAMENTE SIMPÁTICA PROMUEVE A LA AGENCIA CENTRAL DE ESPIONAJE ESTADOUNIDENSE (CIA) Y A LA OFICINA FEDERAL DE INVESTIGACIONES ESTADOUNIDENSE (FBI) FRECUENTEMENTE.
THE GIRL NEXT DOOR PROMOTES THE CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY AND THE FEDERAL BURAEU OF INVESTIGATION SEVERAL TIMES.
"COVERT AFFAIRS" ["PIPER PERABO"]
"Series Other Crew
|Robert Grenier||...||technical consultant (8 episodes, 2010)|
|Valerie Plame Wilson||...||technical advisor (1 episode, 2010)|
"Robert L. Grenier is a longtime CIA officer who served as the CIA's top counter-terrorism official (2004-2006) and was fired from that position by CIA director Porter Goss. Later, Grenier joined Kroll, Inc., as Managing Director. In 2009 he was appointed Chairman of ERG Partners, an independent financial and strategic advisory firm focusing on the security and intelligence sectors."
VALERIE PLAME WILSON
"Valerie Elise Plame Wilson (born August 13, 1963), known as Valerie Plame, Valerie E. Wilson, and Valerie Plame Wilson, is a former United States CIA operations officer, the wife of former Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson, and the author of a memoir detailing her career and the events leading up to her resignation from the CIA."
"PIPER PERABO", FBI, CIA.
" (,,,). In 2000, she was cast in The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle as FBI agent Kare2n Sympathy."
"In 2008, Perabo made her Off-Broadway debut in the Neil LaBute play Reasons to Be Pretty. As the play's run was coming to an end, she read the script for the USA Network television spy series Covert Affairs: "I was reading movie scripts and I wasn't finding anything that was really speaking to me and my agent suggested that I read [the Covert Affairs script]. And I hadn't thought about doing television, but when I read it, it kind of changed everything for me. She's such a powerful character, she's so smart, the action is so intense, and I really thought it would be fun to do." The following year, she was officially cast as CIAagent Annie Walker, the lead character in Covert Affairs.
In August 2010, Perabo injured her knee filming an episode of Covert Affairs. After the finale of the first season it was announced that the second season would begin in summer of 2011. For her work on Covert Affairs, she received a nomination for the 2010 Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama. Perabo broke her leg the day before shooting finished for the second season finale of Covert Affairs."
"PIPER PERABO" & LANGLEY
PANEL: So how much research went into you getting this role initially?
PIPER PERABO: (...). So, then I met Valerie Plame, and she became our advisor on the pilot. and then I got actually entrée into Langley and spent time there, and time with agents, and then I really got the access.
PANEL: Dar Long from The Voice Of TV. So you've got some access to agents, so how do they feel about it? You know, are they still really happy?
PIPER PERABO: You know, it's funny, they're-, because we paint the, the agency in a fairly positive and like human light, I think overall they approve. I don't think we'd have the access to the information we get from Langley if they didn't like the show, if it was a negative portrayal. But one of the writers who was at Langley this year said he was talking to a, she, she's an analyst, there's like three wings. (...). So I think overall they approve, but they don´t all like it. I don't know, to each his own."
"ALIAS" ["JENNIFER GARNER"]