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Nolan Sotillo: His First Live TV Interview

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Nolan Sotillo stars in the new FOX TV show Red Band Society. One the show, he's one of several teenagers living together as patients in a hospital's pediatric ward.

This is Nolan's first live TV interview!

He's 19 years old, living in West Palm Beach, Florida.A special screening with some Q&A of Red Band Society Wednesday night at 7:00pm at the Landmark Theatre. You can RSVP at RedBandSocietyTour.com

You can follow the Red Band Society series on Facebook. The show is also on Twitter @RedBandSociety and you can join the discussion using #RedBandSociety. See photos and videos on Instagram as well.

You can follow Nolan on Twitter @Nolan_Sotillo


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