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Actor Tony Goldwyn, who co-stars with Kerry Washingtonon the hit ABC drama series 'Scandal' plays an extremist religous leader in the new Lifetime movie 'Outlaw Prophet.' Goldwyn stopped by this morning's TODAY to talk about his new project and reveal what goes on behind the scenes of 'Scandal.' Check out the appearance below!

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VIDEO: 'Scandal's Tony Goldwyn Talks New Lifetime Film 'Outlaw Prophet' on TODAY


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