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Mandy Patinkin Appears Live on CBS THIS MORNING: SATURDAY Today

Actor Mandy Patinkin of the Emmy Award-winning SHOWTIME series "Homeland" will appear live today, Dec. 15 on CBS THIS MORNING: SATURDAY (check local listings) on the CBS Television Network.

A day before the highly anticipated season two finale, Patinkin will talk about his role as CIA officer Saul Berenson on the terrorism thriller. A Tony Award and Emmy Award winner, Patinkin will also discuss his career on Broadway and in films.

Anthony Mason and Rebecca Jarvis are the co-hosts of CBS THIS MORNING: SATURDAY. Michael Rosen is the Executive Producer of CBS THIS MORNING: SATURDAY.

ABOUT HOMELAND:

Hero or traitor? M.I.A. in Afghanistan for eight years and subjected to unthinkable torture at the hands of al-Qaeda, Marine Sgt. Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis) is finally coming home. CIA officer Carrie Mathison (Emmy winner Claire Danes) believes he has been turned and become part of a plot to be carried out on American soil. But the volatile Carrie has some demons of her own. Nothing is as it seems in HOMELAND, an edge-of-your-seat thriller that also stars Emmy winner Mandy Patinkin.


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