Saturday, a local television talk show will spotlight Sacramento actor Christopher Michael Holley, from the NBC show “State of Affairs.”
Holley appears as a senior CIA operations officer on the show, which stars Katherine Heigl as a CIA analyst who briefs the U.S. president (Alfre Woodard) daily. In real life, Holley works as an information technology specialist at the state Capitol.
Holley will appear on “Sacramento Film Works,” airing at 6 p.m. on Access Sacramento (cable channel 17; AT&T U-verse channel 14 or 99; streaming at www.accesssacramento.org).
Filmmaker and part-time Sacramentan Joe Carnahan created “State of Affairs.” Holley has appeared in several Carnahan projects, including the films “Smokin’ Aces” and “Stretch.”
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“State of Affairs” wrapped up its first season in February. NBC has yet to announce whether it is renewing the show.
Sacramento Film Works is presented by the Northern California Filmmakers Coalition, a Sacramento nonprofit that aims to encourage local filmmaking and serve as a hub for film professionals.