AMBASSADORS OF HOLLYWOOD
Do you want to get a glimpse of Hollywood? Here is your chance! Get up close and personal with the stars of your favorite shows as Raymond Cruz, Paul Adelstein, Tiya Sircar, and Darby Stanchfield roll out the red carpet for you. Ask questions about their roles in popular shows like “Breaking Bad” or “Scandal” and hit movies like “The Internship” and “Intolerable Cruelty.” Find out more about life in Hollywood, get their autographs—and do not forget to get some selfies!
Get your entourage together and rub shoulders with the stars for a day of fun! These actors are going behind-the-line to give you behind-the-scenes access to some of the biggest Hollywood hits. Get ready to get a little starstruck!
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How do I get schedule information on specific shows?
We make it easy. The calendar and menu of events are categorized by genre and region, right here on our site.
Why do entertainers perform for the military?
Performers need to perform. It's in their DNA. Plus, going on tour with Armed Forces Entertainment is an opportunity for artists to give back and honor the sacrifices deployed servicemembers and their families make on behalf of our country. For up-and-coming artists, touring with AFE is a great way to build an audience. For established artists, it's an up-close-and-personal way to say thanks to fans.
How much do tickets cost?
It's FREE to attend every Armed Forces Entertainment show. Every single show, every single time.
Why are there occasional schedule changes?
Sometimes emergencies and personal challenges pop up for scheduled artists. Add the uncertainty of world politics, and tour agendas inevitably shift. We rush the updates to the effected venue and make changes to the online show schedule as quickly as possible. It doesn't happen often, but it does happen, and we're sorry for the inconvenience.
Can I invite non-military people to AFE events?
It depends on the rules of your installation. In general, yes, non-military guests are allowed at AFE shows. But military personnel are our priority.
Raymond Cruz is best known for portraying the frighteningly lethal Tuco Salamanca in AMC’s critically acclaimed show, “Breaking Bad”—a character he later reprised for the first two episodes of the spinoff “Better Call Saul.” The role garnered him a nomination for the Best Performance in a Television Series from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films. Cruz also appeared in TNT’s “Major Crimes” as Julio Sanchez, a role that originated on TNT’s “The Closer,” which earned Cruz a nomination for Best Supporting Actor from the Imagen Foundation. His other television works include “Mayans M.C.,” “CSI: Miami,” “Lauren,” “White Collar,” and “Los Americans,” among others. Cruz appeared in numerous films, including the highly touted “Collateral Damage,” “Training Day,” “Medellin,” “Blue Miracle” and “Alien: Resurrection.”
Paul Adelstein is known for his work as a series regular on shows such as “Cruel Summer,” “True Story,” “Prison Break,” “I Feel Bad,” “Private Practice,” “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce,” and “Chance.” Adelstein also had recurring roles on “Chicago P.D.”, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “Get Shorty,” “Scandal,” and “Imposters,” which he co‐created. Adelstein’s film credits include “The Greatest Beer Run Ever,” opposite Zac Efron; “The Menu,” opposite Ralph Fiennes and Anya Taylor‐Joy; the Coen brothers’ “Return to Zero” and “Intolerable Cruelty,” opposite Minnie Driver; and Harold Ramis’ “Bedazzled.” Adelstein directed episodes of “Imposters” and “Private Practice” and wrote for the film “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.”
Tiya Sircar was the lead character in the ABC series “Alex, Inc.,” alongside Zach Braff. Sircar is credited in dozens of movies and television shows, appearing as a regular on the NBC hit comedy “The Good Place.” Sircar appeared in multiple shifting roles on “The Good Place,” opposite Kristen Bell and Ted Danson, from an altruistic human rights lawyer to a power-hungry demon. Entertainment Weekly dubbed her role a “scene stealer” on “The Good Place.” Sircar also exercised her comedic and dramatic skills in guest roles on series such as Netflix’s “Master of None,” Fox’s “The Mindy Project,” Lifetime’s “Witches of East End,” The CW’s “The Vampire Diaries,” CBS’s “The Crazy Ones,” and Disney’s “Hannah Montana” and “The Suite Life on Deck.” Sircar was featured in the 20th Century Fox comedy “The Internship,” opposite Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. She also starred in the foreign drama “The Domino Effect” and in New Line’s “17 Again,” with Zac Efron.
Darby Stanchfield stars as Nina Locke in the Netflix hit series “Locke & Key.” Previously, Darby portrayed fan-favorite Abby Whelan for seven seasons on Shonda Rhimes and ABC’s “Scandal.” In between television seasons, Darby completed many independent films, including “The Rendezvous,” “Medicine Men,” “Slumber,” and “Carnage Park.” Additionally, she appeared in Adrienne Shelly’s critically acclaimed “Waitress,” opposite Nathan Fillion and Keri Russell, and an adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s “The Picture of Dorian Gray,” co‐starring with Josh Duhamel. Before “Scandal,” Stanchfield’s television credits include recurring roles on AMC’s Emmy Award‐winning drama “Mad Men,” ABC’s crime thriller “Castle,” CBS’s “NCIS” and “Jericho,” and guest spots on “Burn Notice,” “CSI: Miami,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “CSI: New York,” “The Mentalist,” “Private Practice,” “Bones,” “Nip/Tuck,” “Without a Trace” and “Monk.”
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