Hilarie Burton Morgan joins authors for Pink Pages 2024 charity event

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Actress, author, and entrepreneur are only three of the hats Hilarie Burton Morgan wears. She is well known for her roles in One Tree Hill and The Walking Dead and her true crime documentary series It Couldn't Happen Here. On June 24, Burton will join a panel of authors to raise funds benefiting the Hoffman Breast Center at Mount Auburn Hospital.

Pink Pages 2024 will be held on Monday, June 24, 2024, at The American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and will feature readings from notable authors. Tickets for the event are available on the event site, with in-person and virtual options.

The evening's emcee will be Emmy Award-winning arts & entertainment Critic Joyce Kulhawik. Hosted by author Alice Hoffman who will be joined by Allegra Goodman, Lois Lowry, Hilarie Burton Morgan, Tom Perrotta, Imani Perry, and Hank Phillippi Ryan.

Burton Morgan has written two New York Times best-selling books, The Rural Diaries and Grimoire Girl: A Memoir of Magic and Mischief. The first chronicles her story of moving from the fast-paced world of Hollywood to upstate New York, where she and her husband, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, raise their family on their farm. Grimoire Girl uses memoir essays and magical practices to connect with the enchantment that lives inside us all.

The Morgans recently celebrated the 15th anniversary of their first date. She explains in the caption that Morgan invited her to New Mexico on Memorial Day weekend so he could take her on a date before she moved to Paris. She concluded with, "It's been a very long date." JDM commented on her post, "You forgot awesome. Long and real awesome. Xxx"

Hilarie Burton Morgan - It Couldn't Happen Here

The latest season of the SundanceTV original series It Couldn't Happen Here began airing in April. Each episode spotlights small-town murder cases in which questions remain as to whether justice was served. As host, Burton Morgan conducts interviews with locals and family members of the victims as she follows the twisted stories that highlight the challenges of the small-town justice system. The first season, which aired in 2022, consists of 14 episodes, with six episodes in season 2. Both seasons are available on SundanceTV and AMC+.


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