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A Farewell to Flashpoint

The stars of Flashpoint, Hugh Dillon, Enrico Colantoni and Sergio Di Zio, chat about the conclusion of CTV’s hit series 

All good things must come to an end and although it will be a sad day when the final episode of ‘Flashpoint’ airs Enrico Colantoni, Hugh Dillon and Sergio Di Zio feel so lucky to have been part of something so huge.
When they visited ‘The Marilyn Denis Show’ to say goodbye to their fans, Colantoni points out that Marilyn was their first fan. Marilyn had the opportunity to preview the series finale before the ‘Flashpoint’ stars visited and she was amazed at how well it was shot and complimented each of them on the amazing acting she witnessed. But since the first season their fan following has grown leaps and bounds. Marilyn is now one of millions of fans that has followed ‘Flashpoint’s’ five season journey.
“We are so lucky to have you folks, and to have the fans that we have all over the world, but particularly here at home. You made the show, you made it was it is and you still do, its touching when we are on the street or anywhere in the world especially if somebody is from Canada and they love the show its beautiful,” says Dillon.
‘Flashpoint’ has come a long way and help change the face of Canadian television. “I mean just seeing that again (the series finale), its heart warming to sees us and to see the quality, it looks like a movie, it’s just so well done,” claims Dillon. 
So What’s Next?
Hugh Dillon has a new show in development and is also recording a headstone album down the road.
Enrico Colantoni is placing his focus on his kids playing the greatest role he will ever play, dad.
Sergio Di Zio’s next stop is on stage at Toronto’s Tarragon Theatre in a play entitled ‘This is War.’

Thursday, December 13, 2012

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