Connecticut's recent celebrity gossip and sightings, September 2021 – CT Insider

September brought another month of movie filming and celebrity spotting to the state. Here are some of the highlights.
Brendan Fraser from “The Mummy” will be at the Celebrity Fan Fest’s “Preview Con” from October 26th to the 27th at the Freeman Expo Hall in San Antonio.
The third annual Dancing Stars of Greenwich charity dance-off Gala for Abilis, in conjunction with The Fred Astaire Dance Studio of Greenwich, took place at Tamarack Country Club. Greenwich resident and award-winning actor Brendan Fraser, star of “The Mummy,” served as a judge.
The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum on Monday August 27, 2018 in Norwalk Conn.
The Lockwood Mathews Mansion has long been associated with its quintessential New England elegance and the various movies and shows filmed there over the decades. The mansion is now set to star in another movie. While details and contracts are still being worked out, preventing the mansion or the city from sharing what movie will be filming at the mansion, Board of Trustees Chair Patsy Brescia confirmed the movie is a Netflix original film. Filming is expected to start in October.
Hallmark movie “Christmas in Harlem” filmed in parts of Hartford, Conn. the weekend of Sept. 18- 19, 2021. Rocky Hill, Conn.-based ice cream shop Scoops & Sprinkles had their ice cream used as a prop in the film.
The Hallmark movie “Christmas in Harlem” was filming at several location in the city, including Hartford’s Union Station, as well as the NY Market and Deli on the corner of Main Street and Linden Place. The Hartford locations weren’t the only stops used in the movie’s filming. On Sept. 20, Rocky Hill ice cream shop Scoops & Sprinkles shared photos on Facebook that gave a sneak peak into their involvement with “Christmas in Harlem.” 
ESPN journalist and Greenwhich resident Hannah Storm to host “Celebrity Waiter” Party in Stamford on Sept. 28. 
ESPN journalist Hannah Storm hosted the 7th annual “Celebrity Waiter Night Cocktail Party” event for her foundation in Stamford’s The Village. During the event, a number of sports names and celebrities served as “celebrity waiters.” Among them: Katie Couric, Patrick McEnroe, Lara Spencer, Isaiah Thomas, Justin Tuck and Bobby Valentine, former baseball manager running for mayor of Stamford. 
Former New York Yankees baseball player Hideki Matsui shouts after hitting his tee shot at the Champion a Champion Golf Classic at Tamarack Country Club in Greenwich, Conn. Monday, Sept. 20, 2021. The celebrity golf outing was a joint fundraiser between Greenwich-based non-profit Global Citizens Initiative and Hideki Matsui’s non-profit Matsui 55 Baseball Foundation.
Over 200 guests attended The 2nd Annual Champion A Champion Golf Classic, Subway Series 21st Anniversary at Tamarack Country Club in Greenwich. The event featuring a round of golf and dinner with celebrities including former New York Yankees All-Star Hideki Matsui, former Yankees manager Joe Torre, former New York Mets manager Bobby Valentine and GCI Global President and Founder Yumi Kuwana. The money raised at the golf classic goes to the Matsui 55 Baseball Foundation and the Global Citizens Initiative (GCI).
Soap opera star Susan Lucci and husband Helmut Huber attend a star-studded concert staging of the classical musical “Guys and Dolls” benefiting the Iris Cantor Women’s Health Center, held at the Sheraton Hotel in New York on Monday, February 23, 2004.
Award-winning soap opera star Susan Lucci and her husband, Austrian chef and TV producer Helmut Huber, were seen celebrating their 52nd wedding anniversary at The Homestead Inn in the Belle Haven section of Greenwich. Lucci is celebrated for her portrayal of the iconic character of Erica on “All My Children.”
Stamford_081009_ Jerry Springer talks to an NBC worker during the first day of taping for his show in Stamford, Conn., on Monday, August 10, 2009.
TV personality Jerry Springer, former host of “The Jerry Springer Show” who now stars on the reality court show “Judge Jerry,” was seen dining at Tony’s at the JHouse in Riverside.
I graduated with my master’s in journalism from Columbia University in 2020. I received a bachelor’s in journalism and English from the University of Connecticut in 2019. Before working for Hearst Connecticut Media Group I worked at the Journal Inquirer in Manchester, covering the towns of Enfield and Windsor. I have previously worked at the Hartford Courant, the Norwich Bulletin and the Republican-American. I love all things cats and Disney.

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