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Patti Murin and Colin Donnell Have a New Album Together
Donnell and Murin have been friends for years, and the two actors have been acting together in movies, such as “Bobby’s World” and “Crossing Jordan.” They met at a birthday party, and they have had many fun times together. They have also recently released a new album together, and they have a lot in common.
Donnell met Murin at a birthday party
Donnell and Murin met in the early 2000s at a friend’s birthday party. They didn’t see the attraction right away, but when they saw each other again, they sparked. They began dating in 2013, but it wasn’t until 2015 that they became official. Donnell helped Murin through her pregnancy. Their first child, Cecily, was born in July 2020.
Patti Murin is an actress and was born and raised in Hopewell Junction, NY. She has also starred in Disney’s Frozen. She originated Princess Anna in the Broadway musical. In the show’s first season, she had to deal with a miscarriage. The actress was expecting her second child when she contracted the COVID-19 virus.
The actress is also known for her role on Chicago Med. She played Dr. Nina Shore. She is also known for her work in the musicals Wicked and Mamma Mia! In addition to her role on the popular show, Patti Murin is an avid fan of the Bachelorette. She is a big fan of the show and considers it to be one of the best shows on television.
They starred together in two movies
Donnell and Murin are both significant presences in the Broadway community. They both appear in a number of national stage tours, including Mamma Mia! and the Broadway revival of Anything Goes. In addition, they are both involved in Broadway community resource groups that help performers and craftspeople.
Donnell and Murin met at a birthday party for a mutual friend. They were happy to see each other, though neither had expected to end up together. They didn’t have any romantic feelings for each other at first. But they had a mutual interest in each other.
The couple married in 2015 in New York City. Donnell and Murin have a daughter, Cecily, who was born with a hole in her heart. In October 2022, they announced that they are expecting their second child.
They are both actively involved in social media. Murin has posted photos of herself and her daughter, along with a photo of her husband walking down a picturesque street.
They have a lot in common
Donnell and Murin are both actors. They met when they worked on a play called Xanadu, and soon they began to get serious. They met again at a friend’s birthday party in the early 2000s.
Murin’s blog is not for everyone, but it’s still worth reading. The blog isn’t a full-on source of information, but it gives a good look at what she’s like. She’s not afraid to express her opinions, and she’s not afraid to have fun.
Colin Donnell has starred in two Hallmark films, To Catch a Spy and Love on Iceland. He’s also appeared in a few TV shows, including Chicago Fire and Royal Pains. He’s currently starring in Netflix’s crime drama, Irreverent. He’s also got a new album out.
Murin is also known for her roles in the Broadway production of Disney’s Frozen, as Princess Anna. She also played Belle in a national tour of the musical. She’s also played Nina Shore on Chicago Med.
They have a new album
Known for their roles on stage and screen, Patti Murin and Colin Donnell have collaborated on a new album. Their first album, “Something Stupid,” was released November 18. It’s a diverse and eclectic mix of songs from the worlds of Bruce Springsteen, Jason Robert Brown, Sara Bareilles, Paul Simon, and more. Among the tracks are solos, songs by Bruce Springsteen and Jason Robert Brown, and beloved songs from Sara Bareilles.
“Something Stupid” is produced by Rob Rozelle. It’s a collaboration that started during the Broadway shutdown. Murin and Donnell recorded their own vocals at their home studio, and worked with producer Robbie Rozelle and co-producer Yasuhiko Fukuoka on arrangements and orchestrations.
“Something Stupid” touches on themes of searching, longing, and love. In addition to songs from Bruce Springsteen and Jason Robert Brown, the album features solos, songs by Sara Bareilles, and Paul Simon. It also includes arrangements and orchestrations by Luke Williams. This album is available everywhere music is sold.